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CALENDAR 



OF 



INQUISITIONS POST MOETEM 

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CALENDAE 



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CONTENTS 



PAGE 

Preface vii 

Table of References ix 

COREIGEKDA - - xliv 

Calendar - 1 

Addenda - - 340 

Addenda to Vol. I - - - - - 344 

Addenda to Vol. II - - - 348 

Addenda to Vol. Ill - - 361 

Index of Persons and Places 359 

Index of Subjects 505 



( vii 



PREFACE. 



The present volume is a further instalment of a Calendar 
of certain documents selected from the class formerly known 
as Escheats, or Inquisitions post mortem. 

It deals with the years 29 to 35 Edward I . The calendar is 
now complete to the end of the 9th year of Edward III. 

In connexion with the doubts that have been cast in the 
English Historical Review and elsewhere on the credibility of 
statements alleged to have been made on oath at inquisitions 
for proof of age, attention may be called to numbers 239 and 
240 in this volume, where several of the same jurors occur. 
Their ages as stated in the two inquisitions are inconsistent 
and the evidence of at least one of them is contradictory. 

The text of this volume has been prepared by Mr. J . E. E. S. 
Sharp, I.S.O., an Assistant Record Keeper, with some 
assistance from Mr. A. E. Stamp, M.A., of this Office. 
Mr. Stamp has also compiled the Index. 

H. C. MAXWEI.I. IvYTE. 

Public Record Office, 
29 A-pril, 1913. 



IX 



Table' showing the present rbeerbnce to all documents 
formerly included amongst the inquisitions post mortem of the 
period covered by this volume. 

The old reference is given in the first column, the new reference in the 
second, third, fourth, or fifth column as the case may be. 

Documents which cannot now be traced are marked ' missing.' 







Inquisitions 


Inquisitions 


Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 








Post Mortem. 
Edward I. 


Ad Quod 
Damnum. 




29 Edw. I. 


1 
2 
3 


99. (1) 
99. (2) 






Missing (1806). 




4 


99. (3) 










5 


98 (20) 








6 


99. (4) 










7 


98. (24) 










8 


99. (5) 










9 


99. (6) 










10 


98. (25) 










11 


99. (7) 










12 


98. (26) 










13 


99. (8) 










14 


98. (27) 










15 


99. (9) 










16 


99. (10) 










17 


99. (11) 










18 


99. (12) 








19 


98. (28) 










20 


99. (13) 










21 


99. (14) i 








22 


99. (15) 1 








23 


99. (16) ' 






24 


99. (17) 










25 


99. (18) 










26 


99. (19) 










27 


99. (20) 










28 


98. (29) 










29a 


— 


— 


60. (1) 






296 


99. (21) 










30 


99. (22) 










31 


— - 


— 


60. (2) 






32 


94. (3) 










33 


100. (1) 










34 


100. (2) 










35 


100. (3) 













Inquisitions 


Inquisitions 


j 
Miscellaneous 








Post Mortem. 


Ad Quod 


Inquisitions. 








Edward I. 


Damnum. 




29 Edw. I. 


36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 


98. (21) 
100. (4) 
100. (5) 
100. (6) 
100. (7) 
100. (8) 
100. (9) 
100. (10) 
100. (11) 

98. (30) 

100. (12) 
84. (8) 

101. (1) 
101. (2) 








* 


50 
51 
52 
53 


101. (3) 
101. (4) 
101. (5) 
101. (6) 


i 








54 


101. (7) 










55 


102. (1) 










56 


102. (2) 










57 


102. (3) 










58 


98. (31) 










59 


— 


— 


60. (3) 






60 


— 


. — 


60. (4) 






61 


— 


— 


60. (5) 






62 





— 


60. (6) 






63 


— 


— 


60. (7) 






64* 












65 


— 


— 


— 


Miscellanea. 93. 
no. 2. 




66 





— 


60. (8) 






67 


— 


— 


60. (9) 






68 


— 


34. (1) 








69 


— 




60. (10) 






70 


— 


— 


60. (11) 






71 


— 


34. (2) 








72 


— 


34. (3) 








73 


— 


34. (4) 








74 


— 


34. (5) 








75 


— 


34. (6) 








76 


— 


34. (7) 








77 


— 




60. (12) 






78 


— 


34. (8) 







* No. 64 is omitted in the folio Calendar published in 1806. 



XI 



Inquisitions 

Post Mortem. 

Edward I. 



Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 



Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 



29 Edw. I. 



79 

80 

81 

82 

83 

84 

85 

86 

87 

88 

89 

90 

91 

92 

93 

94 

95 

96 

97 

98 

99 

100 

101 

102 

103 

104 

105 

106 

107 

108 

109 

110 

111 

112 

113 

114 

115 

116 

117 

118 

119 

120 

121 

122 

123 



103. (1) 



103. (2) 



103. (3) 



34. 
34. 
34. 
34. 
34. 
34. 
34. 
34. 
34. 
34. 
37. 
3,4. 
3'4. 
34. 
34. 

34. 
35. 
35. 
35. 
35. 



9) 
10) 

11) 
12) 
13) 
14) 
15) 
16) 
17) 
18) 
20) 
19) 
20) 
21) 
22) 

23) 

1) 
2) 
3) 
4) 



60. (13) 



~ 


~^ 


35. 


(5) 


35. 


(6) 


35. 


(7) 


35. 


(8) 


35. 


(9) 


35. 


(10) 


35. 


(11) 


35. 


(12) 


35, 


(13) 


35. 


(14) 


35. 


(15) 


35. 


(16) 


35. 


(17) 


35. 


(18) 


35. 


(19) 


35. 


(20) 


35. 


(21) 



60. (14) 
60. (15) 



60. (16) 



Missing (1806). 



Xll 





Inquisitions 


Inquisitions 


IVTiRnftlla.nftOiis 






. Post Mortem 
Edward I. 


i Ad Quod 

Damnum. 

1 


Inquisitions. 




29 Edw. I. 124 


— 


! 
1 


— 


Miscellanea. 11. 
no. 5 (3). 


125 


— 


36. (1) 






126 


— 


36. (2) 






127 


— 


36. (3) 






128 


— 


33. (24) 1 




129 


— 


36. (4) 1 




130 


— 


36. (5) 






131 


— 


36. (6) 






132 


— 


36. (7) 






133 


— 


36. (8) 






134 


— 


36. 9) 






135 


— 


36. (10) 






136 


— 


36. (11) 


i 


137 


— 


36. (12) 


138 


— 


36. (13) 


139 


— 


36. (14) 




140 


— 


37. 1) 




141 


— 


37. (2) 






142 


— 


37. (3) 






143 


— 


37. 4) 






144 


— 


37. 5) 






145 


— 


37. 6) 






146 


— 


37. 7) 






147 


— 


37. (20) 






148 


— 


37. (8) 






149 


— 


37. (9) 






150 


— 


37. (10) 






151 


— 


37. (11) 






152 


— 


37. (19) 


— 


Missing (1806). 


163 


— 


37. (12) 






154 


— 


37. (13) 






155 


98. (32) 








156 


— 


37. (14) 






157 


103. (4) 








158 







— 


Criminal Inq. 9 
(23). 


159 


— 





— 


Criminal Inq. 9 

(24). 


160 


103. (5) 


i 


161 


103. (6.) 


1 




162 


103. (7) 


1 




163 


103. (8) 






164 


103. (9) 






165 


103. (10) 


! 







Xlll 





Inquisitions 


Inquisitions 


IVTisoftll aneoTis 






Post Mortem. 
Edward I. 


Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


iJJ.t.i3\J\^X.M.€Ml.l.\^\J \A,0 

Inquisitions. 




29 Edw. I. 166 


103. (11) 








167 


— 


— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 9 
(25). 


168 


— 


— 


— 


Writs and Re- 
turns. C.P. 


169 


— 


37. (15) 






170 


103. (12) 








171 


— 


37. (16) 






172 


~ 


37. (17) 






30 Edw. I. 1 


104. (1) 








2 


110. (3) 








3 


99. (5) 








4 


104. (2) 








5 


98. (33) 








6 


103. (14) 








7 


104. (3) 








8 


104. (4) 








9 


104. (5) 








Id 


103. (15) 








11 


104. (6) 






12 


104. (7) 








13 


103. (12) 








14 


104. (8) 






15 


104. (9) 








16 


104. (10) 


i 




17 


104. (11) 


1 i 


18 


104. (12) 






19 


104. (13) 






20 


104. (14) 


' 




21 


104. (15) 






22 


104. (16) 


, 






23 


104. (17) 








24 


103. (16) 








25 


104. (18) 








26 


103. (17) 








27 


104. (19) 








28 


— 





— 


Missing (L806). 


29 


104. (20) 








30 


104. (21) 








31 


105. (1) 








32 


105. (2) 








33 


105. (3) 









XIV 



Inquisitions 

Post Mortem, 

Edward I. 



30 Edw. 1. 



34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 



105. (4) 
105. (5) 
105. (6) 
105. (7) 
105. (8) 
105. (9) 
105. (10) 

105. (11) 

103. (18) 

106. (1) 
106. (2) 
106. (3) 
106. (4) 
106. (5) 
106. (6) 
106. (7) 
106. (8) 
106. (9) 
106. (10) 
106. (11) 
106. (12) 
106. (13) 
106. (14) 



Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 



Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions, 



38. (26) 
38. (1) 

38. (2) 
38. (3) 

38. (4) 

38. (5) 
38. (6) 

38. (7) 
38. (8) 
38. (9) 

38. (10) 
38. (25) 
38. (11) 

38. (12) 



Missing (1806), 



61. (1) 

61. (2) 

61. (3) 
61. (4) 

61. (5) 
61. (6) 
61. (25) 



XV 







Inquisitions 


Inquisitions 


Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 








Post Mortem. 
Edward I. 


Ad Quod 
Damnum. 




30 Edw. I. 


79 




38. (13) 








80 


— 


38. (14) 








81 


— 


38. (15) 








82 


— 


38. (16) 








83 


— 


38. (17) 








84 


— 


— 


— 


C.P. Writs and 
Returns. 




85 


— 


38. (18) 








86 


— 


— 


61. (7) 






87 


— 


38. (19) 








88 


— 


— 


61. (8) 






89 


— 


38. (20) 








90 


— 


38. (21) 








91 


— 


38. (22) 








92 


— 


38. (23) 








93 


— 


38. (24) 








94 


— 


39. (1) 








95 


— 


— . 


61. (9) 






96 


— 


— 


61. (10) 






97 


— 


— 


61. (11) 






98 


— 


— 




Miscellanea. 11. 
no. 5 (4). 




99 


— 


39. (2) 








100 


— 


— 


— 


Miscellanea. 104. 
no. 1. 




101 


— 


— 


— 


Miscellanea. 11. 
no. 5 (5). 




102 


— 


39. (3) 








103 


— . 


39. (4) 








104 


— 


39. (5) 








105 


— 


39. (6) 








106 


— 


39. (7) 








107 


— 


39. (8) 








108 


— 


39. (9) 








109 


— 


39. (10) 








110 


— 


39. (11) 








111 


— 


39. (12) 








112 


— 


39. (13) 








113 


— • 


— 


61. (12) 






114 


— 


39. (14) 








115 • 


— 


39. (15) 








116 


— 


39. (16) 








117 


— 


39. (17) 








118 


— 


— 


61. (13) 






119 


— 


39. (18) 







XVI 





Inquisitions 

Post Mortem 

Edward I. 


Inquisitions 
. Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 


30 Edw. I. 120 






61. (14) 




121 


— 


39. (19) 






122 


— 


40. (1) 






123 


— 


40. (2) 






124 


— 


40. (3) 






125 


— 




61. (15) 




126 


— 


40. (4) 






127 


— 


40. (5). 






128 


— 


— 


61. (16) 




129 


— 


40. (6) 






130 


— 


— 


61. (17) 




131 


— 


40. (7) 






132 


— 


40. (8) 






133 


— 


40. (9) 






134 


— 


40. (10) 






135 


— 


40. (11) 






136 


— 


40. (12) 






137 


■ — 


40. (13) 






138 


— 


40. (14) 






139 


— 


40. (15) 






140 


— 


40. (16) 






141 


— 


40. (17) 






142 


— 


40. (18) 






143 


— 


40. (19) 






144 


~ 


— 


— 


C.P. Writs and 
Returns. 


145 


~ 


— 


— 


C.P. Writs and 
Returns. 


146 


106. (15) 








147 




— 


— 


C.P. Writs and 
Returns. 


148 


106. (16) 








149 


106. (17) 








150 


— 


33. (25) 


61. (26) 




151 


— 


40. (20) 






152 




40. (21) 






31 Edw. I. 1 


107. (1) 








2 


107. (2) 








3 


107. (3) 








4 


107. (4) 








5 


107. (6) 








6 


107. (6) 









xvu 







Inquisitions 
Post Mortem 


Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 


Miscellaneous 








.Edward I. 


Damnum. 


Inquisitions. 




?1 Edw. I. 


7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 


107. (7) 
107. (8) 
107. (9) 
107. (10) 
107. (11) 
106. (16) 

106. (19) 

107. (12) 
107. (13) 

106. (17) 

107. (14) 
107. (15) 
107. (16) 
107. (17) 
107. (18) 
107. (19) 
107. (20) 
107. (21) 
107. (22) 
107. (28) 
107. (24) 
107. (25) 
107. (26) 

107. (27) 

108. (1) 
108. (2) 
108. (3) 
108. (4) 










35 


— 


— 


62. (1) 






36 


108. (5) 










37 


106. (20) 










38 


108. (6) 










39 


108. (7) 










40 


File 109. 










41 


— 


41. (1) 








42 


— 


41. (2) 








43 


— 




62. (2) 






44 


— 


41. (3) 








45 


— 




62. (3) 






46 


— 


41. (4) 








47 • 


— 


41. (5) 








48 


— 




62. (4) 






49 


— 


— 


62. (5) 






50 


— 


41. (6) 








51 


— 


41. (7) 






Wt. 14428. 










i> 



XVUl 







Inquisitions 


Inquisitions 


VTisnftllaTieous 








Post Mortem. 
Edward I. 


Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


Inquisitions. 




31 Edw. I. 


52 




41. (8) 








53 


— 




62. (6) 






54 


— 


— 


62. (7) 






55 


— 


— 


62. (8) 






56 


— 


41. (9) 








57 


— 




— 


Mssing (1806). 




58 


— 


41. (10) 








59 


— 


41. (11) 








60 


— 




62. (9) 






61 


— 


41. (12) 








62 







62. (10) 






63 


— 


41. (13) 








64 


— 


41. (14) 








65 


— 


41. (15) 








66 


— 


41. (16) 








67 


— 


— 


— 


Missing (1806). 




68 


— 


41. (17) 








69 


— 


41. (18) 








70 


— 




— 


Missing (1806). 




71 


— 


41. (19) 








72 


— 


38. (9) 


— 


Missing (1806). 




73 


— 


41. (20) 








74 


— 




— 


Missing (1806). 




75 


— 


41. (21) 






76 


— 


41. (22) 






77 


— 


41. (23) 






78 


— 


41. (24) 


/ 




79 


— 


— 


62. (11) Missing (1806). 




80 


— ' 


— 


— Missing (1806). 




81 


— 


42. (1) 






82 


— 


42. (2) 






83 


— 


42. (3) 






84 


— 


42. (4) 






85 


— 


42. (5) 






86 


— 


42. (6) 






87 


— 


42. (7) 






88 


— 


42. (8) 






89 


— 


42. (9) 






90 


— 


42. (10) 






91 


— 


42. (11) 






92 


— 


— 


62. (12) 




93 


— 


42. (12) 






94 


— 


42. (13) 








95 


— 


42. (14) 








96 


■""" 


42. (15) 







XIX 







Inquisitions 


Inquisitions 


Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 








Post Mortem. 
Edward I. 


Ad Quod 
Damnum. 




31 Edw. I. 


97 




42. (16) 








98 


— 


— 


62. (13) 






99 


— 


— 


61. (26) 






100 


— 


40. (20) 








101 


— 


37. (16) 








102 


— 


42. (17) 








103 


— 


42. (18) 








104 


— 


42. (19) 








105 


— 


42. (20) 








106 


— 


42. (21) 








107 


— 


42. (22) 








108 


— 


42. (23j 








109 


— 


42. (24) 








110 


— 


42. ;25) 








111 


— 


42. (26) 








112 


— 


— 


62. (14) 






113 


— - 


42. (27) 








114 


— 


— 


62. (15) 






115 


— 


42. (28) 








116 


— 


42. (29) 








117 


— 


43. (1) 








118 


— 


43. (2) 








119 


— 


43. (3) 








120 


— 




62. (16) 






121 


— 


43. (4) 








122 


— 


43. (5) 








123 


— 


43. (6) 








124 


— . 


43. (7) 








125 


— 


43. (8) 








126 


— 


43. (9) 








127 


— 


43. (10) 








128 


— 


43. (11) 








129 


— 


43. (12) 








130 


— 


- — . 


62. (17) 






131 


— 


43. (13) 








132 


— 


43. (14) 








133 


— 


— 


62. (18) 






134 


— 


43. (15) 








135 


— 


43. (16) 








136 


— . 


43. (17) 








137 


— 




— 


Missing (1806). 




138 


— 


— 


62. (19) 






139 





43. (19) 








140 




" 




Miscellanea. 10. 
no. 17 (24). 



XX 



Inquisitions 

Post Mortem, 

Edward I. 



Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 



Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 



31 Edw. I. 



141 
142 
143 
144 
145 

146 
147 
148 
149 
160 
151 
152 
153 

154 
155 
156 
157 
158 
159 
160 
161 
162 
163 
164 
165 
166 
167 
168 
169 
170 
171 
172 
173 
174 
175 
176 
177 
178 
179 
180 
181 
182 



110. (1) 
110. (2) 
110. (3) 
110. (4) 



43. (20) 
43. (21) 
40. (21) 
43. (22) 



43. (23) 
43. (24) 
43. (25) 

43. (26) 

44. (1) 
44. (2) 
44. (3) 



44. (4) 

44. (5) 

44. (6) 

44. (7) 

44. (8) 

44. (9) 

44. (10) 

44. (11) 

44. (12) 

44. (13) 

44. (14) 

H- (15) 
44. (16) 
44. (17) 
44. (18) 



44. (19) 



44. (20) 
44. (21) 



44. (22) 



Miscellanea. 10. 
no. 17 (7). 



Miscellanea. 10. 
no. 17 (8). 



62. (20) 



62. (21) 
62. (22) 
62. (23) 

62. (24) 
62. (25) 



XXI 







inquisitions 


Inquisitions 


VI i.Qn^]1fi.np,oi] A 








Post Mortem 
Edward I. 


Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


Inquisitions. 




32 Edw. I. 


1 
2 
3 
4 

5 
6 

7 
8 
9 


111.(1) 

110. (5) 
94. (7) 

HI. (2) 
104. (21) 
117. (17) 

111. (3) 
110. (6) 






Missing (1806). 




10 


111. (4) 








11 


111. (5) 










12 


110. (7) 








13 


111. (6) 








14 


111. (7) 




1 




15 


111. (8) 








16 


106. (11) 








17 


111. (9) 




! 




18 


111. (10) 








19 


111.(11) 








20 


111. (12) 










21 


111. (13) 










22 


111. (14) 










23 


110. (8) 










24 


111. (15) 










25 


111. (16) 










26 


111. (17) 










27 


110. (4) 










28 


111. (18) 










29 


111. (19) 










30 


112 (1) 










31 


112. (2) 










32 


112. (3) 










33 


112. (4) 










34 


112. (5) 










35 


112. (6) 




[ 




36 


112. (7) 










37 


112. (8) 










38 


110. (9) 










39 


110. (10) 










40 


112. (9) 










41 


110. (11) 










42 


112. (10) 










43 


112. (11) 










44 


112. (12) 










45 


112. (13) 









XXll 





Inquisitions 
Post Mortem 


Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 


Miscellaneous 

T • ' i.' 1 




Edward I. 


Damnum. 


Inquisitions. 




32 Edw. I. 46 


113. (1) 








47 


110. (12) 








48 


113. (2) 








49 


113. (3) 








50 


110. (13) 








51 


113. (4) 








52 


113. (5) 








53 


113. (6) 








54 


113. (7) 








55 


113. (8) 








56 


114. (1) 








67 


114. (2) 








58 


114. (3) 








59 


114. (4) 








60 


114. (5) 








61 


114. (6) 








62 


114. (7) 


— 


— 


Missing (1806.) 


63 


114. (8) 








64 


115. (1) 








65 


— 


— 


63. (1) 




66 


— 


— 


63. (2) 




67 


— 


— 


63. (3) 




68 


— 


— 


63. (4) 


. 


69 


— 


45. (1) 






70 


— 




63. (5) 




71 


— 


— 


63. (6) 




72 


— 


— 


63. (7) 




73 


— 


45. (2) 






74 


— 




63. (8) 




75 


— 


45. (3) 






76 


— 




63. (9) 




77 


— 


— 


63. (10) 




78 


— 


45. (4) 






79 


— 


45. (5) 






80 


— 


45. (6) 






81 


— 


45. (7) 






82 


— 




63. (11) 




83 


— 


45. (8) 






84 


— 


45. (9) 






85 


— 


45. (10) 






86 


— 


45. (11) 




' 


87 


— 


45. (12), 






88 


— 


45. (13) 






89 


— 


45. (14) 






90 


— 


45. (15) 







XXlll 



Inquisitions 

Post Mortem. 

Edward I. 



Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 



Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 



32 Edw. I. 



91 

92 

93 

94 

95 

96 

97 

98 

99 

100 

101 

102 

103 

104 

105 

106 

107 

108 

109 

110 

111 

112 

113 

114 

115 

116 

117 

118 

119 

120 

121 

122 

123 

124 

125 

126 

127 

128 

129 

130 

131 

132 

133 

134a 

1346 



45. 
45. 
45. 
45. 
46. 
46. 



(16) 
(17) 
(18) 
(19) 

(1) 

(2) 



46. 


(3) 


46. 


(4) 


46. 


(5) 


46. 


(6) 


46. 


(7) 


46. 


(8) 


46. 


(9) 


46. 


(10) 


46. 


(11) 


46. 


(12) 


46. 


(13) 


46. 


(14) 


46. 


(15) 


46. 


(16) 


46. 


(17) 


46. 


(18) 


46. 


(19) 


46. 


(20) 


46. 


(21) 


46. 


(22) 


46. 


(23) 


46. 


(24) 


47. 


(1) 


47. 


(2) 


47. 


(3) 


47. 


(4) 


47. 


(5) 


47. 


(6) 


47 


(7) 


47 


(8) 


47 


(9) 


47 


(10) 


47 


(11) 


47 


(12) 


47 


(13) 


47 


(14) 


47 


(15) 



63. (12) 



63. (13) 



XXIV 



32 Edw. I. 135 
136 
137 
138 
139 
140 
141 
142 
143 
144 
145 
146 
147 
148 
149 
150 
151 
152 
163 
154 
155 
156 
157 
158 
159 
160 
161 
162 
163 
164 
165 
166 
167 
168 
169 
170 
171 
172 
173 
174 

175 
176 
177 

178 



Inquisitions 

Post Mortem. 

Edward I. 



Inquisitions JMiscellaneous 



Ad Quod 
Damnum. 



Inquisitions. 



47 
47 
47 
47 
48 
48 
48 
48, 
48, 
48. 
48. 
48. 



■ (16) 

.(17) 

(18) 

.(19) 

(1) 
(2) 
(3) 
(4) 
(5) 
(6) 
(7) 
(8) 



63. (14) 
63. (15) 



48. (9) 




1 


48. (10) 






48. (11) 






48. (12) 






48. (13) 






48. (14) 






48. (15) 






48. (16) 






48.(17) 






48. (18) 






49. (1) 






49. (2) 






49. (3) 






49. (4) 






— 


63. (16) 


• 


— 


63. (17) 




49. (5) 






49. (6) 






49. (7) 






49. (8) 






49. (9) 






49. (10) 






49. (11) 






49. (12) 1 






49. (13) 






~ 





Miscellanea. 10 
no. 17 (10). 


49. (14) 




^ / 


50. (1) 






50. (2) 






50. (3) 







XXV 





Inquisitions 




Post Mortem. 




Edward I. 


32 Edw. I. 179 






180 




— 


181 




— 


182 




— 


183 




— 


184 




— 


185 




— 


186 




— 


187 


115. 


(2) 


188 






189 




— 


190 




— 


191 




— 


192 







193 




— 


194 




— 


195 


File 97. 


196 


File 97. 


197 




— 


198 


115. 


(3) 


199. 


115. 


(4) 


200 


115. 


(5) 


201 


115. 


(6) 


33 Edw. I. 1 


116. 


(1) 


2 


115. 


(6) 


3 


116. 


(2) 


4 


116. 


(3) 


5 


116. 


(4) 


6 


116. 


(5) 


7 


116. 


(6) 


8 


116. 


(7) 


9 


116. 


(8) 


10 


116. 


,9) 


11 


116. 


(10) 


12 


116. 


(11) 


13 


116. 


(12) 


14 


116. 


(13) 


15 


116. 


(14) 


16 


116. 


(15) 



Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 



50. (4) 

50. (5) 

50. (6) 

50. (7) 

50. (8) 

50. (9) 

50. (10) 

50. (11) 

50. (12) 

50. (13) 



50. (14) 
50. (15) 



Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 



63. (18) 



Miscellanea. 10. 

no. 17 (11). 
Miscellanea. 124. 

no. 1. 



Criminal Inq. 9 
(26). 



XXVI 





Inquisitions 


Inquisitions 


IWi sip.pll a.Ti ftm 1 s ' 




Post Mortem 
Edward I. 


Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


Inquisitions, j 


33 Edw. I. 17 


! 1 

110. (14) • 




18 


116. (16) 


1 


19 


, 116. (17) 


20 


116. (18) 


21 


116. (19) ! 


22 


116. (20) 


23 


116. (21) 1 I 


24 


116. (22) 






25 


116. (23) 






26 


117. (1) 






27 


115. (7) 






28 


117. (2) 






29 


117. (3) 






30 


117. (4) 






31 


117. (5) 






32 


117. (6) 




J 


33 


117. (7) 






34 


117. (8) 






35 


117. (9) 






36 


117. (10) 






37 


117. (11) 






38 


117. (12) 






39 


117. (13) 






40 


117. (14) 






41 


117. (15) 






42 


117. (16) 






43 


117. (17) 






44 


117. (18) 






45 


117. (19) 






46 


117. (20) 






47 


117. (21) 






48 


115. (8) 






49 


115. (9) 






50 


117. (22) 






51 


118. (1) 






52 


118. (2) 






53 


118. (3) 






54 


118. (4) 






55 


118. (5) 






56 


118. (6) 






57 


118. (7) 




1 


58 


118. (8) 








59 


118. (9) 








60 


118. (10) 






61 


118. (11) 









XXVll 







Inquisitions 


Inquisitions 


1 




Post Mortem. 
Edward I. 


Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


Inquisitions. 




33 Edw. I. 


62 
63 
64 


118. (12) 
118. (13) 
118. (14) 








65 


118. (15) 










66 


118. (16) 










67 


118. (17) 










68 


115. (10) 










69 


119. (1) 










70 


115. (11) 










71 


119. (2) 




* 






72 


119. (3) 










73 


119. (4) 










74 


119. (5) 










75 


119. (6) 










76 


119. (7) 










77 


119. (8) 










78 


115. (12) 










79 


119. (9) 








80 


120. (1) 








81 


120. (2) 










82 


— 


— 


64. (1) 






83 


— 


— 


64. (2) 






84 


— 


— 


64. (3) 






85 


— 


51. (1) 








86 


— ^ 




64. (4) 






87 


— 


51. (2) 








88 


— 




64. (5) 






89 


— 


-^— 


64. (6) 






90 


— 


— 


64. (7) 






91 


— 


51. (3) 








92 


— 




64. (8) 






93 


— 


— 


64. (9) 






94 


— 


51. (4) 








95 


— 




64. (10) 






96 


— 


51. (5) 








97 


— 


51. (6) 








98 


— 


51. (7) 








99 


— 




64. (11) 






100 


— 


51. (8) 








101 


— 




64. (12) 






102 


— 


51. (9) 








103 


— 


51. (10) 








104 


— 


51. (11) 








105 


— 


51. (12) 








106 


-:- 


51. (13) 


. 





XXVIU 





Inquisitions Inquisitions 


llTi ar>ol 1 a Ti o#^n p ' 




Post Mortem. Ad Quod 


Inquisitions. 


3 




Edward I. Damnum. 




33 Edw. I. 107 


— ; 51. (14) 






108 


— 


51. (15) 






109 


— 


51. (16) 






110 


— 1 51. (17) 






111 


— ! 51. (18) 




1 


112 


— 


1 51. (19) 






113 


— 


[ 51. (20) 






114 


— 


51. (21) 






115 


— 


51. (22) 






116 


— 


51. (23) 






117 


— 


51. (24) 






118 


— 


— 


64. (13) 




119 


— -i 51. (25) 






120a 


— 51. (26) 






1206 


— 51. (27) 






121 


— — 


64. (14) 


122 


- ^ 52. (1) 




123 


— 52. (2) 


1 


124= 




52. (3) 






125 


— 


52. (4) 






126 


— 


52. (5) 






127 


— 


52. (6) 






128 


— 


52. (7) 






129 


— 


52. (8) 






130 


— 


— 


64. (15) 




131 


— 


52. (9) 






132 


— 


52. (10) 






133 


— 


52. (11) 






134 


— 


52. (12) 






135 


— 


52. (13) 






136 


115. (13) 








137 


— 


52. (14) 






138 


— 


52. (15) 






139 


— 


— 


64. (16) 




140 


— 


52. (16) 






141 


— 


52. (17) 






142 


— 


52. (18) 






143 


— 


52. (19) 






144 


— 


52. (20) 






145 


— 


52. (21) 






146 


— 


52. (22) 






147 


— 


52. (23) 






148 


— 


52. (24) 






149 


— 


— 


64. (17) 




150 


""■ 


52. (25) 


\ / 





XXIX 





Inquisitions 
Post Mortem. 


Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 


Miscellaneous 






Edward I. 


Damnum. 


Inquisitions. 




33 Edw. I. 151 




52. (26) 






152 


— 


62. (27) 






153 


— 


52. (28) 






154 


— 


— 


64. (18) 




155 


— 


53. (1) 






156 


— 


53. (2) 






157 


— 


53. (3) 






158 


— 


53. (4) 






159 


— 




64. (19) 




160 


120. (3) 








161 


— 


53. (5) 






162 


— 


53. (6) 






163 


— 


53. (7) 






164 


— 


53. (8) 






165 


— 


53. (9) 






166 


— 


53. (10) 






167 


— 


53. (11) 






168 


— 


53. (12) 






169 


— 


53. (13) 






170 


— 


53. (14) 






171 


— 


53. (15) 






172 


— 


53. (16) 






173 


— 


— 


64. (21) 




174 


— 


— 


64. (22) 




175 


— 


53. (17) 






176 


— 


53. (18) 






177 


— 


53. (19) 






178 


— 


53. (20) 






179 


— 


53. (21) 






180 


— 


53. (22) 






181 


— 


53. (23) 






182 


— 


53. (24) 






183 


115. (14) 








184 


- — 


— 


64. (24) 




185 


— 


■ — 





Miscellanea. 10. 
no. 17 (14). 


186 


■ — . 


53. (25) 






187 


— 


53. (26) 






188 


— 


53. (27) 






189 


— 


— 


64. (25) 




190 


120. (4) 








191 


— 


— 


64. (26) 




192 


120. (5) 






I 


193 


— 


53. (28) 






i94 


— 


54. (1) 







XXX 



Inquisitions 

Post Mortem 

Edward I. 



Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 



Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions 



33 Edw. I. 195 

196 
197 
198 
199 
200 
201 
202 
203 
204 
205a 
2056 
206 
207 
208 
209 
210 
211 
212 
213 
214 
215 
216 
217 
218 
219 
220 
221 
222 
223 
224 
225 
226 
■ 227 
228 
229 
230 
231 
232 
233 
234 
235 
236 
237 



117. (21) 



54. (2) 
54. (3) 
54. (4) 
54. (5) 
54. (6) 
54. (7) 
54.(8) 
54. (9) 
54. (10) 
54. (11) 
54. (12) 
54. (13) 
54. (14) 
54. (15) 
54. (16) 
54. (17) 
54. (18) 

54. (19) 
54. (20) 

54. (21) 

54. (22) 

54. (23) 

55. (1) 
65. (2) 
55. (3) 
55. (4) 
55. (5) 
55. (6) 
55. (7) 
55. (8) 
55. (9) 
55. (10) 
55. (11) 
55. (12) 
55. (13) 
55. (14) 
55. (15) 
55. (16) 
55. (17) 
55. (18) 
55. (19) 
55. (20) 



Miscellanea. 10. 
no. 17 (15). 



XXXI 





Inquisitions 


Inquisitions , 


^ifinf^ilftnpni'f Q 






Post Mortem. 
Edward I. 


Ad Quod ^ 
Damnum. 


Inquisitions. 




33 Edw. I. 238 






64. (27) 




239 


— 


55. (21) 






240 


— 


55. (22) 






241 


— 


— 


64. (28) 




242 


— 


55. (23) 






243 


— 


55. (24) 






244 


— 


56. (1) 






245 


— 




64. (29) 




246 


— 





64. (30) 




247 


— 





— T 


Miscellanea. 11. 
no. 5 (6). 


248 


— 


56. (2) 






249 


— 


56. (3) 






250 


— 


56. (4) 






251 


— 


56. (5) 






252 


— 


56. (6) 






253 


— 


56. (7) 






254 


— 


56. (8) 






255 


— 


56. (9) 






256 





56. (10) 






257 


— 


56. (U) 






258 


— 


56. (12) 






259 


— 


56. (13) 






260 


— 


56. (14) 






261 


— 


— 





Miscellanea. 10. 
no. 9 (5). 


262 


— 


56. (15) 






263 


' -^ 


56. (16) 






264 


— 


56. (17) 






265 


— 


— 


64. (31) 




266 


: 120. (6) 








267 


! 120. (7) 








268 


■ 117. (17) 








269 


— 


56. (18) 






270 


— 


56. (19) 






34 Edw. I. 1 


1 

i 123. (12) 








2 


121. (1) 








3 


121. (2) 








4 


121. (3) 








5 


i 121. (4) 








6 


121. (5) 








7 


121. (6) 









xxxu 





I Inquisitions 


Inquisitions 


\Ti cippl 1 $).n AO>i s 






Post Mortem 
Edward I. 


Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


Inquisitions. 




34 Edw. I. 8 


120. (11) 








9 


, 121. (7) 








10 


121. (8) 








11 


121. (9) 








12 


121. (10) 








13 


121. (11) 








14 


121. (12) 








15 


110. (15) 








16 


121. (13) 








17 


121. (14) 








18 


121. (15) 








19 


121. (16) 








20 


121. (17) 








21 


121. (18) 








22 


120. (12) 








23 


121. (19) 






24 


121. (20) 






25 


121. (21) 






26 


121. (22) 


' 




27 


121. (23) 






28 


121. (24) 








29 


121. (25) 








30 


121. (26) 








31 


121. (27) 








32 


122. (1) 








33 


122. (2) 








34 


120. (13) 








35 


122. (3) 








36 


122. (4) 


; 






37 


122. (5) 








38 


122. (6) 








39 


122. (7) 








40 


122. (8) i ! 




41 1 


122. (9) ! 




42 ! 


122. (10) 


-- 




43 


122. (11) 


1 




44 1 


122. (12) 


1 




45 I 


123. (1) 


1 




46 i 


123. (2) 


1 




47 ! 


123. (3) 


! 




48 


123. (4) 








49 


123. (5) 








50 


123. (6) 








51 


123. (7) 








62 


118. (1) 









xxxiii 







Inquisitions 


Inquisitions ]vr;.„<.iior,^^„c 






] 


i'ost Mortem. 
Edward I. 


Ad Quod ^ 
Damnum. 


ij.j.f3\j\^±i.avi.x\j\j \A.a 

Inquisitions. 




34 Edw. I. 


53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 


123. (8) 
123. (9) 
123. (10) 
123. (11) 

123. (12) 

124. (1) 


- 








59 


— 


— 


— 


Missing (1806). 




60 


— 


— 


65. (1) 






61 


— 


— 


65. (2) 






62 


— 


— 


65. (3) 






63 


— 


— 


— 


Miscellanea. 11. 
no. 5 (7). 




64 


— 


— 


65. (4) 






65 


— 


— 


65. (5) 






66 


— 


57. (1) 








67 


— 


57. (2) 








68 


— 


57. (3) 








69 


— 


57. (4) 








70 


— 


57. (5) 








71 


— 


57. (6) 








72 


— 




65. (6) 






73 


— 


57. (7) 








74 


— 


57. (8) 








75 


— 


— 


65. (7) 






76 


— 


— 


65. (8) 






77 


— 


57. (9) 








78 


— 


57. (10) 








79 


— 


57. (11) 








80a 


— 


57. (12) 








806 





8. (28) 








81 


— 


— 


— 


Miscellanea. 11. 
no. 5 (8). 




82 





— 


65. (9) 






83 


— 


— 


65. (10) 






84 


— 


57. (13) 








85 


— 


— 


65. (11) 






86 


— 


57. (14) 








87 





— 


65. (12) 






88 


— 


— 


— 


Miscellanea. 12 
no. 1. 




89 


— 


57. (15) 








90 


— 


57. (16) 








91 


— 


57. (17) 








92 


— 


57. (18) 








93 


— 


57. (19) 






Wt. 14428. 










« 



XXXIV 



Inquisitions 

Post Mortem 

Edward I. 



Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 



Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions 



34 Edw. I. 94 

95 
96 
97 
98 
99 
100 
101 
102 
103 
104 
105 
106 
107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116a 
1166 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
128 
129 
130 
131 
132 
133 
134 
135 
136 



120. (14) 



57. (20) 
57. (21) 

57. (22) 
57. (23) 

57. (24) 
57. (25) 
57. (26) 
57. (27) 
57. (28) 

57. (29) 

58. (1) 
58. (2) 

58. (3) 
58. (4) 
58. (5) 

58. (6) 
58. (7) 
58. (8) 

9. (16) 
58. (9) 
58. (10) 



58. (11) 
58. (12) 
58. (13) 
58. (14) 
58. (15) 
58. (16) 
58. (17) 
58. (18) 
58. (19) 
58. (20) 
58. (21) 
58. (22) 
. 58. (23 
58. (24) 

58. (25) 

59. (1) 



Miscellanea. 11. 
no. 5 (9). 



65. (13) 



65. (14) 
65. (15) 



65. (16) 
65. (17) 



XXXV 



Inquisitions 

Post Mortem. 

Edward I. 



Inquisitions 
^ Ad Quod 
' Damnum. 



Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 



34 Edw. I. 



137a 

1376 

138 

139 

140 

141 

142 

143 

144 

145 

146 

147 

148 

149 

150 

151 

152 

153 

154 

155 

156 

157 

158 

159 

160 

161 

162 

163 

164 

165 

166 

167 

168 

169 

170 

171 

172 

173 

174 

175 

176 

177 

178 

179 

180 



124. (2) 



124. 



124. 



(3) 
1^) 



37. (17) 

59. (2) 

59. (3) 

59. (4) 



59. (5) 

59. (6) 

59. (7) 

59. (8) 

59. (9) 

59. (10) 
59. (11) 
59. (12) 
59. (13) 
59. (14) 
59. (15) 
59. (16)- 
59. (17) 
59. (18) 
59. (19) 
59. (20 
59. (21) 
59. (22) 
59. (23) 
59. (24) 
59. (25) 
59. (26) 

59. (27) 

60. (1) 
60. (2) 
60. (3) 
60. (4) 
60. (5) 
60. (6) 
60. (7) 
60. (8) 
60. (9). 
60. (10) 
60. (11) 
60. (12) 
60. (13) 



65. (18) 



65. (19) 



XXXVl 



34 Edw. I. 





Inquisitions 
Post Mortem 


Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 


Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 




Edward I. 


Damnum. 


181 


1 


60. (14) 




182 


— 


60. (15) 




183 


— 


— 


— 


184 


— 


— 


— 


185 








65. (20) 


186 


— 


60. (16) 




187 


^- 


60. (17) 




188 


— 


60. (18) 




189 


— 


60. (19) 


1 
i 


190 


— 


60. (20) 




191 


— 


60. (21) 




192 


— 


60. (22) 




193 


— 


60. (23) 




194 


— 


61. (1) 




195 


— 


61. (2) 




196 


— 


61. (3) 




197 


— 


61. (4) 




198 


— 


61. (5) 


1 


199 


— 


44. (22) 




200 


— 


61. (6) 




201 


— 


61. (7) 




202 


— 


61. (8) 




203 


— 


61. (9) 




204 


— 


61. (10) 




205 


— 


61. (11) 




206 


— 


61. (12) 




207 


— 


61. (13) 




208 


— 


62. (1) 




209 _ 


62. (2) 


! 


210 ; — 


62. (3) 




211 _ 


62. (4) 




212 _ 


62. (5) 


t 


213 _ 


62. (6) 




214 ! _ 


— 


65. (21) 


215 _ 


62. (7) 




216 _ 


62. (8) 




217 


— 


62. (9) 




218 


— 


62. (10) 




219 


— 


62. (11) 




220 


— 


62. (12) 


[ 


221 


— 


62. (13) 




222 


— 


62. (14) 


1 


223 


~ 


62. (15) 


1 



Miscellanea. 84. 

no. 12 (329). 
Miscellanea. 11. 

no. 5 (10). 



xxxvu 





Inquisitions 


Inquisitions , 


Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 






Post Mortem. 
Edward I. 


Ad Quod 
Damnum. 




34 Edw. I. 224 




02. (16) 


1 

1 




225 


— 


— 


65. (22) 1 




226 


— 


62. (17) 


i 


^ 


227 


— 


62. (18) 






228 





62. (21) 






229 


1 


— 


65. (23) 




230 


1 


— 


— 


Missing (1806). 


231 


— 


62. (20) 


— 


Missing (1806). 


232 


— 


62. (19) 






233 


— 


— 


65. (24) 




234 


— 


— 


— 


Missing (1806). 


235 


— 


— 


— 


Missing (1806). 


236 


— 


— 


65. (25). 




237 




62. (20) 






238 


— 


— 


65. (26) 




239 




— 


— 


Miscellanea. 64. 
no. 16 (560). 


240 


— 


— 


— 


C.P. Writs and 
Returns. 


241 


— 


— 


— 


Extents for debt 
File 1 (2). 


242 


— 


— 


— 


Extents for debt 
File 1 (3). 


243 


— 


— 


— 


Extents for debt 
File 1 (4). 


244 


— 


— 


— 


Extents for debt 
File 1 (5). 


245 


— 


— 


— 


Extents for debt 
File 1 (6). 


246 


124. (5) 








247 





~~~ 


65. (27) 




35 Edw. I. 1 


124. (6) 








2 


124. (7) 








3 


125. (1) 








4 


124. (8) 








5 


125. (2) 








6 


125. (3) 








7 


125. (4) 








8 


125. (5) 








9 


125. (6) 








10 


125. (7) 








11 


125. (8) 









XXXVUl 



I Inquisitions 
Post Mortem, 
i Edward I. 



Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 



Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions 



35 Edw. I. 



12 
13 
14 
15 

16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 

48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 



125. (9) 
125. (10) 
117. (7) 



124. (9) 

125. (11) 
125. (12) 
125. (13) 

125. (14) 

124. (10) 

126. (15) 

125. (16) 
125. (17) 
125. (18) 

125. (19) 

126. (20) 

125. (21) 

126. (1) 
126. (2) 
126. (3) 
126. (4) 
126. (5) 
131. (6) 
131. (7) 
131. (8) 
126. (6) 
124. (5) 
131. (9) 

131. (10) 
131. (11) 
126. (7) 
126. (8) 
126. (9) 
File 127. 
Files 128- 
130. 



63. (1) 



I.P.M. Edw. 
File 6 (7). 



11. 



66. (27) 



66. (1) 
66. (2) 

66. (3) 
66. (4) 

66. (5) 



Missing (1806). 



XXXIX 



Inquisitions 

Post Mortem. 

Edward I. 



Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 



Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 



35 Edw. L 55 
56 

■57 
58 
59 
60 



61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 

70 ; 
71 
72 
73 

74a 
746 ' 

75 ! 
76 

77 i 

78 i 

79 i 

80 I 

81 ' 
82 

83 ' 

84 I 
85 
86 
^7 
88 
89 
90 

91 
92 
93 
94 



File 127. 



63, (2) 



63. (3) 
63. (4^ 
63. (5) 

63. (6) 
63. (7) 

63. (8) 
63. (9) 
63. (10) 
63. (11) 
63. (12) 
63. (13) 

63. (14) 
63. (15) 
63. (16) 
63. (17) 
63. (18) 
63. (19) 
63. (20) 
63. (21) 



63. (22) 

63. (23) 

63. (24) 

63. (25) 

63. (26) 



63. (27) 
63. (28) 

63. (29) 

64. (1) 



66. (6) 
66. (7) 



Miscellanea. 11. 
no. 5 (11). 



Miscellanea. 11. 
no. 5 (12). 



66. (8) 
66. (9) 



66. (10) 



66. (11) 



66. (12) 



Miscellanea. 10. 
no. 17 (18). 



Miscellanea. 11. 
no. 5 (13). 



xl 





Inquisitions 


Inquisitions 


IVriaf»*allfi npnnc! 




Post Mortem 


Ad Quod 


i.YJjLoL'di.Ctlld-' U 

1 Inquisitions. 

1 


J 




Edward I. 


Damnum. 


i 


35 Edw. I. 95 








MisceUanea. 11. 










no. 5 (14). 


96 


— 


64. (2) 






97 


— 


64. (3) 






98 


— 




66. (13) 




99 


— 


64. (4) 






100 


— 


64. (5) 






101 


— 


64. (23) 






102 


— 


— 


65. (27) 




103 


— 


64. (6) 






104 


131. (1) 








105 




•.— 


66. (14) 




106 


— 


— 


66. (15) 




107 


124. (11) 








108 


— 


— 


66. (16) 




109 


— 


64. (7) 






110 


— 


64. (8) 






111 


— 


64. (9) 






112 


— 


64. (10) 






113 


— 


64. (11) 






114 ! 


— 


64. (12) 






115 1 


— 


64. (13) 






116 


— 


64. (14) 






117 


— 


64. (15) 






118 


— 


64. (16) 






119 







— 


Miscellanea. 67. 
no. 14 (604). 


120 


— 


64. (17) 






121 


— 




66. (17) 




122 


— 


64. (18) 






123 


— 


64. (19) i 






124 


— 


64. (20) 






125 


— 


— ; 


66. (18) 




126 '■ 


— 


64.^ (21) 






127 


— 


64. (22) ; 






128 


— 


65. (1) 






129 


— 


65. (2) 






130 


— 


65. (3) 






131 


— 


65. (4) 






132 


— 




66. (28) 




133 


— 


65. (5) 






134 


— 


65. (6) 






135 


— 


65. (7) 






136 ; 


— 


65. (8) 






137 


— ■ 


65. (9) 







xli 







Inquisitions 


Inquisitions 


VTiaPAllfi.n Anils 








Post Mortem. 
Edward I. 


Ad Quod 
Damniim. 


Inquisitions. 




35 Edw. I. 


138 




65. (10) 








139 


— 


65. (11) 








140 


— 


65. (12) 








141 


— 


65. (13) 








142 


— 


— 


66. (19) 






143 


131. (2) 










144 


— 


— 


66. (20) 






145 








— 


Council. 




146 


— 


65. (14) 








147 


— 


65. (15) 








148 


— 


65. (16) 








149 


— 


— 


66. (22) 






150 


— 


— 


66. (23) 






151 


— 


— 


66. (24) 






152 


— 


65. (17) 








153 


— 


— 


66. (25) 






154 


131. (3) 










155 


— 


— 


66. (26) 






156 


— 


65. (18) 








157 


122. (8) 








Appendix 










Edw. I. 


1 


— 


— 


— 


I.P.M. Edw. II. 
File 23 (1). 




2 


— 


— 


41. (9) 






3 


— 


6. (23) 








4 


103. (4) 










. 5 


86. (7) 










6 


69. (6) 










7 


83. (13) 










8 


110. (1) 










9 


131. (3) 










10 





— 


58. (18) 






11 


— 


— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 9 

(23). 
Criminal Inq. 9 




12 




_ 


, 












(24). 




13 


131. (14) 










14 
15 


40. (18) 


— 


— 


Assize Roll 946. 
m. la. 




16 





— 


67. (1) 






17 


— 


— 


67. (2) 




Wt. 14428. 










d 



xlii 



Inquisitions 

Post Mortem 

Edward I. 



Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 



Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions 



Appendix 
Edw. I. 



18 

19 
20 
21 
22 

23 

24 
25 

26 

27 

28 
29 

30 
31 
32 ■ 
33 

34 

35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 

42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 

48a 
486 
49 



70. (28) 



11. (2) 
79. (14) 



98. (12) 



6. (24) 



4.(1) 
4.(8) 

89. (12) 



6. (25) 



10. (17) 
6. (26) 



6. (27) 
10. (5) 



54. (36) 



35. (34) 



39. (17) 
45. (4) 



58. (22) 



36. (28) 
65. (26) 



Criminal Inq. 8 
(3). 

Missing (1831). 

C.P. Writs and 

Returns. 
C.P. Writs and 

Returns. 
C.P. Writs and 

Returns. 
C.P. Writs and 

Returns. 



I.P.M. Edw. II. 
File 13 (18). 



Missing. 

C.P. Writs and 

Returns. 
Miscellanea. 11. 

no. 3 (17). 



I.P.M. Edw. II. 
File 13 (18). 



Miscellanea, 64. 
no. 16 (560). 

I.P.M. Edw. II. 
File 60 (7). 



xliii 







Inquisitions 
Post Mortem. 


Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 


Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 








Edward I. 


Damnum. 




Appendix 


50 


69. (7) 




• 




Edw. I. 


51 

52 
53 


44. (6) 

82. (4) 






C.P. Writs and 
Returns. 




54 


— 


5.(8) 








55 


— 




— 


I.P.M. Edw. II. 
Pile 72 (6). 




56 


79. (14) 










57 





— 


67. (3) 






58 


— 


— 


— 


Miscellanea. 14. 
no. 2 (5). 




59 


— 


— 


— 


Missing (1831). 




60 


— 


— 


— 


Miscellanea. 14. 
no. 2 (7). 




61 


— 


— 


67. (4) 






62 


— 


— 


67. (5) 


• 




63 


106. (18) 









(xliv) 



COKRIGENDUM 



No. 329. The date of the writ should be 23 May, 33 Edw. I. 



COKKIGENDA IN PEEVIOUS VOLUMES. 



Vol. I. p. xlvi. Temp. Inoert. Henry III. No. 43 missing in 1806 has been found 
and its present reference is Inq. Misc. 22 (31). 

Vol. II. No. 440. Writ 5 March 10 Edw. I. has been found and added. 

Vol. III. No. 207 (p. 134). Writ of Scire Facias previous to the assignment of 
dower in knights' fees and advowsons, 1 Sept. 23 Edw. I. has been 
foimd and added before the last schedule. 

„ No. 290. Writ of Scire Facias previous to the partition of the manor of 
Wutton, 7 Dec. 24 Edw. I. has been found and added. 



CALENDAE OF INQUISITIONS. 

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1. [*Deest. Edward de Eynecoxtrt. 

Lincoln. Great Stepinge and Gouneby. A messuage and 4 carucates 
of land.] 

Z. John de Eskehevede. 

Writ of certiorari concerning the date of death, lands, &c. of the said 
John, 2 Feb. 29 Edw. I. 
[Cumberland.] Inq. made at Ulvedale, 28 (?) May, 29 Edw. I (defaced). 

Caldebek. A capital messuage and 24 (?)a. land held of 

the king in chief .... in the king's hand by the death of I(sabel 
de Fortibus, countess of ?) Albemarle by service .... 
He died on 8 Aug. 25 Edw. I. John his son, aged 26, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 99. (1.) 

3. Richard de Halsam. 

Writ, 11 June, 29 Edw. I. 
[York.] Inq. made at Hedone on Thursday after St. John the Baptist, 
29 Edw. I. 
Halsam. A toft containing 2|a. land, and § bovate of land, held of 
the king of the barony of Albemarle by service of ^^ knight's fee ; 
and 2|a. arable in Frismareys (frismarisco) held of Thomas 
son of Ralph de WeUewyk by service of 2d. yearly. 

Nicholas his son, aged 22 and more, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 99. (2.) 

4. William le Coruner alias lb Coroxjner of Bamburgh, the elder. 

Writ, 27 Aug. 29 Edw. I. 
Northumberland. Inq. Sunday after the Exaltation of the Holy CJross, 
29 Edw. I. 

Bamburgh. A capital messuage, 70a. arable in demesne, and 3a. meadow, 
held of the king in chief by service of summoning the country before 
the king's coroner in Northumberland between Tweed and Coket, 
for doing the office of coroner, when warned by the coroner. He 
held no other lands, &c. 

William le Coruner, the younger, his son, aged 31 at Whitsunday last, 
is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 99. (3.) 

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*' So given in the Calendar printed in 1806, and still missing. 
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5. Mary late the wife of John de Mebiet. 

Writ, 6 Feb: 29 Edw. I. Endorsed : The said Mary, who held certain 
lands &c. of the king in chief of her own inheritance, was married 
to the said John ; who begat of her a female child, as was found 
by the inquisition sent herewith, and now holds the said tenements 
by the courtesy of England ; wherefore the escheator has not taken 
them into the king's fiand. 
Wilts. Inq. made at Merleberg, 19 Feb. 29 Edw. I. , , , ,. 

The said John and Mary begat in wedlock a female child, alive 
with all her members right, who received baptism and was named 
Joan ; by reason whereof the said John ought to hold the lands &c. 
which were of the inheritance of Mary his wife by the courtesy 

(libertatem) of England. 

C.Edw.I. File 99. (4.) 

6. Gilbert de Gaunt of Binebrok alias Gattnt of Bynbrok. 

Writ r* 11 June, 29 Edw. I.] (missing). 
Leicester. Inq. 3 July, 29 Edw. I. 

Saltebi. The manor (extent given with names of tenants) held of 
Geoffrey Luterel by service of I knight's fee. 
William de Gaunt his son, who will be 19 at the feast of St. Peter ad 
Vincula, 29 Edw. I, is his next heir. 

[LiNCOLK.] Inq. {undated fragment). 

Binbrok. A manor (extent given) held of Isabel de Roos, as of the honour 
of Belvoir, by service of three parts of a knight's fee, rendering 
lOs. i^d. .yearly for the guard of the castle of Belver. 
Heir as above, aged 22 and more. 

Writ to the sheiifE of Leicester to enquire whether the said Gilbert died 
seised of the manor of Salteby by Waltham and 40s. rent there, 
whereof Maud late his wife has recovered a third part in dower against 
Geoffrey son of Robert Luterel, guardian of the said Gilbert's land and 
heir, and if so what damages she has incurred, and have what he 
finds before the justices at York on the Octave of St. Michael ; 
30 Jime, 30 Edw. I. 
Leicester. Inq. made at Brghton on Wednesday before the Nativity of the 
Blessed Mary, 30 Edw. I. 

The said Gilbert enfeoffed John Luterel of all his lands &c. by his 
charter, to him and his heirs for ever, and put him in seisin three 
years before his death. 

C. Edw. I. File 99. (5.) 

7. John de Gotjsle alias de Gousel. 

Writ concerning the said John, who held of the heir of Peter de Gousle 
who held of the king in chief, a minor and in the king's wardship, 
14 March, 29 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. Thursday after the Ascension, 29 Edw. I. 

Beford in Holdernesse. A capital messuage, 6| bovates of land, and 
4 tofts and 2^ bovates of land and a croft (extent given with names 

* iSee Calendar of Fine Rolls, p. 442, 



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of tenants) held of daughter and heir of Ralph de Gousel, 

a minor and in the king's wardship, late ' son and heir of Peter 
de Gousel deceased, by service of -^ knight's fee, rendering 6d. 
yearly for ' castleward ' and ' schirefgeld ' ; and 2 bovates of land 
held of the abbot of Meaux {Melsa) by service of ^;i^ knight's fee. 

Peter de Gousel his brother, aged 26 and more, is his next heir. 

G.Edw.I. FileQQ. (6.) 

8. Geoffrey de Nevill. 

Writ, 5 Feb. 29 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. 11 Peb. 29 Edw. I. 

Appelby. 5a. meadow and a perch, and 6s. yearly rent from a mill, 
held of Geoffrey son and heir of Hugh de NeviU, who is of full age, 
by service of rendering a chaplet of roses yearly for aU services. 

John his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

Writ of certiorari to the escheator to enquire whether the abovesaid 
meadow and rent are in the king's hand by reason of the death 
of the said Geoffrey or for other cause, 28 June, 29 Edw. I. 
Endorsed : The above tenements were the acquisition of " 
Geoffrey de Nevill, who married Margaret de Nevill who held 
the manor of Appelby of the king in chief by serjeanty ; and 
because the said Geoffrey by reason of his wife's said inheritance died 
the king's tenant, the then escheator took the abovesaid tenements 
into the king's hand together with the manor. The said Margaret 
had that manor dehvered (to her) as her right by the king's court, 
but the tenements abovesaid remained in the king's hand and were 
dehvered by the escheator to Edmund sometime earl of Cornwall, 
with other lands, for a debt in which the king was bound to him, 
and so they stiU remain in the custody of his executors, and for 
no other reason. 

G.Edw.I. File 99. (7.) 

9. John de Eston alias de Eshton. 

Writ, 20 June, 29 Edw. I. 
[YoEK ;] Westriding. Inq. made at Geregrave on Sunday after SS. Peter 
and Paul, 29 Edw. I. 
Eston. The manor (extent given), including a bovate of land in Uttelay 
with profits of the waste, was sometime held by the said John of the 
king in chief by homage and service ; at which time Robert his 
brother brought a writ of covenant against him in the eyre of 
Lincoln in 56 Hen. Ill, when the said John acknowledged the manor 
to be the right of the said Robert, who granted it to him for life to 
hold of the said Robert and his heirs for Id. yearly rent, and doing 
the services due to the chief lord. He held no other lands &c. 

John son of Robert de Eston, aged 25, is his next heir, if any 
inheritance can come to him, for he claims the manor by the death of 
Robert his father by the fine levied. 

Writ, 16 July, 29 Edw. I. 
[York.] Inq. made at Geirgrave on Tuesday the feast of St. Peter ad Viucula, 
29 Edw. I. 



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Eston. The manor (extent given) held of John, son and heir of Robert 
de Eston, sometime brother of the deceased, for his life, of the grant 
of the said Robert, by fine levied before the justices in eyre in 
CO. Lincoln, in 56 Hen. Ill, by service of Id. yearly ; excepting a 
water-mill which John son of Hugh held in fee of the gift of Hugh de 
Ledes, to whom the said John de Eston gave it by charter after 
the said fine was levied ; John de Sancto Johanne holds the miU 
aforesaid for life by the demise of the said John son of Hugh, 
rendering to John de Eston, deceased, and his heirs ^Ib. cummin at 
Christmas. 
Eleshowe. 3a. wood held of the king as of the honoiu" of the 
castle of Skipton by homage and knight's service, rendering nothing 
yearly. 

He held no other lands in the baiUwick. 

The reversion of the said lands &c. pertains by the fine aforesaid 
to the said John son of Robert, who ought to hold them of the king 
in chief, as of the honour of the castle of Skipton, by reason of the 
escheat of the lands &c. which were of WiUiam de Fortibus, some- 
time earl of Albemarle, deceased, now in the hand of John de Sancto 
Johanne by the king's grant, by homage and so much knight's 
service as pertains to 10 carucates of land, whereof 14 carucates make 
a knight's fee, and doing suit at the court of knights of the lord of 
the honour of Skipton every three weeks. 

The said John son of Robert, aged 25, is next heir as weU of the said 
John de Eston as of the said Robert his brother. 

G.Edw.I. File 99. (8.) 

10. John db Blaby. 

Writ, 17 Nov. 29 Edw. I. 
[York ;] Noethriding. Inq. Thursday the feast of St. Andrew, 30 Edw. I 

(defaced). 
Bageby. The manor (extent given with names of tenants) held [of the 

heir] of Sir Roger de Moubray, a minor and in the king's wardship, 

by service of ^ knight's fee. 
Tresck. 101. rent of the gift (?) to be received for his life 

from the mill and market. 
Marton 120a. arable, a windmill held of 

Richard de Malebys by service of ^^ knight's fee. 
His daughters, Joan the wife of Adam de Horrewrth, aged 36, Alice 
the wife of Robert de Pothowe, aged 34, Christiana the wife of William 
de Snaynton, aged 33, EUzabeth the wife of John de Alta Ripa, aged 30, 
Cecily the wife of Robert Gower, aged 28, and Eustacia, unmarried, aged 22* 
are his next heirs. 

G.Edw.I. File 99. (9.) 

1 1 . Reginald le Fower of Shryvenham. 

Writ, 13 Dec. 29 Edw. I. 
Berks. Inq. Tuesday before the Epiphany, 29 Edw. I. 

Shryvenham alias Shryvenham Fower. A capital messuage and a 
(jarucate of land, and there are there 100a. arable, 10a. meadow, 



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pasture in common, and a water-mill, held of the king in chief of 
the gift of King Henry, the king's ancestor (dbavi), by the serjeanty 
of supplying the hearth {faciendi focum) in the king's chamber. He 
held nothing elsewhere in fee. 

John his son, aged 32 and more, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. FileQQ. (10.) 

12. Hugh Tallbmasch. 

Writ of certiorari super vera valore concerning the lands &c. which Illaria, 

late the wife of the said Hugh, holds in dower of his lands &c. 12 Feb. 

29 Edw. I. 
SxTFEOLK. Inq. Sunday in Md Lent, 29 Edw. I. 

Benetleye alias Benetlegh. A third part of the manor (extent given) ; 

sum 69s. 4c?. 
Aketone. A grange, 40a. arable, 2a. meadow, 3a. pasture, a little wood, 

4 free tenants rendering 13s. 4d. assised rent, and a customer; 

sum 44s. M. 

C.Edw.I. File 99. (11.) 

13. Ralph Strecche alias Streoh. 

Writ of plenius certiorari, for although by the inquisition lately made it 
was found that the said Ralph held of the king in chief 3 virgates of 
land in Astewode by servce of 20s., and 9ja. land and 7a. meadow 
there in socage by service of 10s. 2d. yearly, nevertheless the 
king has been given to understand that the said Ralph held of him 
by serjeanty, whereby, and by the minority of his heir, the wardship 
&c. ought to pertain to the Hng, 1 1 April, 29 Edw. I. 
Worcester. Inq. made at Persore, 16 June, 29 Edw. I. 

Astwode. Three virgates of land, containing 96a., held of the king by 
service of 20s. yearly to be paid at the manor of Feckenham ; 
9|a. land of socage of the said manor paying 3s. 2d. at the manor 
and (doing) suit of court ; a messuage and 4 virgates of land, 
containing 120a., held of Richard de Morton by service of J knight's 
fee and 14d. of ' worthfe ' ; and 4 virgates of land held of the said 
Richard by service of 4s. yearly. 

Horsleye. 100s. yearly rent held of Henry de Ribbesford by service of 
25s. yearly. 
He held nothing of the king by serjeanty. 

Robert his son, aged 20, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 99. (12.) 

14. Michael de Kattkewelle alias de Cakewelle. 



12 Aug. 29 Edw. I. 
Norfolk. Inq. Thursday after St. Faith, 29 Edw. I. 

Neutone. The manor (extent given) held for Ufe, and not in his demesne 
as of fee, of Robert son of Walter and Thomas le Greley by service 
of a pair of gilt spurs, and the manor ought to revert to them and 
their heirs. He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

C.Edw.I. File 99. (13.) 



INQUISITIONS. 



1 5. Petee de Nxjttle alias db Nuttele. 

Writ, 26 April, 27 Edw. I. 
[York ;] holdekness. Irtq. IViday the morrow of the Ascension, 29 Edw. I. 

Nuttele. A capital messuage &c. 14 bovates of arable land, a close 
of 5a. pasture, and a close of 3a. pasture, held of the king in chief, 
as of the honour of Albemarle, by service of ^ knight's fee. 

Preston and Nuttele. A bovate and la. of land in Preston, and a wind- 
mill and \a. pasture in Nuttele, held, jointly with Isabel his wife who 
survives, of the king in chief, as of the honour aforesaid, by service 
of 5^5 knight's fee. 

Preston. A croft acquired by the said Peter and Isabel of John Passemer 
and held of him by service of 8d. yearly. 

Sprotle. la. land similarly acquired and held of Simon du Lund, without 
doing any service. 

Garton. Six tofts and 5 bovates and three parts of a bovate of land, 
similarly acquired and held of John de Carleton by service of 
^ knight's fee. 

John his son, aged 23, is his next heir. 

G.Edw.I. File 99. (14.) 

1 6. RiCHABD Trethak aUtts BE Teethabk. 

Writ, 30 Jan. 29 Edw. I. 
CoBurwAiiL. Inq. 28 Feb. 29 Edw. I. 

Trethaek. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service 

of 3 knights' fees of Mortain. 
Lanteglos. 5s. rent in the manor by the hands of Michael and Beatrice 
de Penkelyo, held of John de WyUyngton by service of common suit 
at the said John's court of Lanteglos. 

He held no other lands &c. this side Trent. 

Matthew his son, aged 23 and more, is his next heir. 

G.Edw.I. File 99. (15.) 

17. RoBBET DE Plessetis alias de Plassetis, de Plescis, de Plecetis. 

Writ, 14 Aug. 29 Edw. I. 
NoETHAMPTON. Inq. Thursday the eve of St. Michael, 29 Edw. I. 

Burton by Thingdene. The manor (extent given) held of the king in 
chief, by the courtesy of England of the inheritance of Ela sometime 
his wife, by service of a knight's fee. He held no other lands &c. 
in the baihwick. 

John, son of the said Robert and Ela, aged 30 and more, is their next 
heir. 

Glottcestee. Inq. 1 Oct. 29 Edw. I. 

Bardeleye. A third part of the manor (extent given) held, by the 
courtesy of England of the inheritance of the aforesaid Ela, of the 
earl of Hereford (Herford) by service of ^ knight's fee. 
Heir as above, aged 40. 



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Dorset. Inq. made at Schefton, 3 Oct. 29 Edw. I. 

Upwymborn Malemeyns. The manor (extent given) held of the earl of 
Gloucester, by the courtesy of England of the inheritance of the 
aforesaid Ela, by service of a knight's fee. 
Heir as above, aged 21 and more. 

C.Edw.I. File 99. (16.) 

18. Thomas de Motjbray. 

Writ, 20 September, 29 Edw. I. 
Warwick. Inq. 26 Oct. 29 Edw. I. 

Coventry. A messuage held of the king in chief by service of 2s. yearly ; 
another messuage held of Master Richard de Aula by service of 5s. 
yearly, and 3s. to be rendered at the chantry of the chapel of 
St. Thomas in the church of the Holy Trinity, Coventry ; a messuage 
held of the prior of Coventry by service of 2s. yearly ; and another 
messuage held of the same prior by the like service. 

Alexander his son, aged 21 and (more), is his next heir. 

Writ of certiorari super vero valore concerning a messuage in Coventry, 

which, by the exile of the Jews, came to the king's hands as escheat, 

and was committed by him to the said Thomas for life for a certain 

rent, and is now by his death in the king's hand, 29 May, 29 Edw. I. 

[Warwick.] Inq. 17 Aug. 29 Edw. I. 

Coventry. The said messuage is worth 3s. yearly, and the said Thomas 
held it by charter to him and his heirs, rendering to the king 2s, 
yearly : it has been in the king's hand from the feast of the 
Annunciation, 29 Edw. I, for the sub-escheator seized it into the 
king's hand by the death of the said Thomas, because it was held 
of the king. 

C.Edw.I. File99. (17.) 

19. Nicholas Mtjsard. 

Writ, 28 Dec. 29 Edw. I. 
Derby. Inq. Friday the morrow of the Purification, 29 Edw. I. 

Staveley. The manor (fuU extent given with names of tenants), including 

a bovate of land held by Nicholas, parson of the chapel of Staveley, 

the hamlet of Astun held by Thomas de Cadurciis rendering 20s. 

yearly, and lands held by free tenants in the hamlet of Hanley, held 

of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee. 

Sir Ralph de Freshevyle, son of Amice eldest sister of the said Nicholas, 
deceased, aged 27 and more, Margaret another sister aged 50, and Joan 
the wife of William de Shelaston, daughter of Isabel another sister, 
deceased, aged 30, are his next heirs. 

C.Edw.I. File 99. (18.) 

20. Nicholas Btjrdun alias Bordon, Burdon. 

Writ, 28 Dec. 29 Edw. I. 
Wilts. Inq. made at Merleberg, 28 Jan. 29 Edw. I. 

Yatesbiiry. A capital messuage and 2 carucates of land, and there are there 
200a. arable, 3a. meadow, 2 several pastures, and 13s. 5d. rent, held 
of the earl of Lincoln by service of | knight's fee. 



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Paulesholte. A capital messuage and | carucate of land, and there are 

there 44a. arable, pastures, a quarter of a water-miU, and rents 

(extent given with names of tenants), held of the earl of Arundel 

by service of a knight's fee. 
Henton. A capital messuage and a carucate of land, and there are there 

64o. land, 4a. meadow, pasture, and rents (extent given with names 

of tenants), held of Henry de Cobeham in socage, rendering ISd. yearly 

for all service. 
La Litelton. A capital messuage and J carucate of land, and there are 

there 40a. land, and 6a. meadow, held of Henry de Cobeham in 

socage, rendering 45. yearly. 

He held no other lands &c. in the county. 
Dbvoit. Kingesteynton, The manor, held of the king in chief by service of 

a knight's fee, was assigned to Mary late his wife in dower, who still 

holds it. 
Nicholas his son, aged 11, is his next heir. 

Glotjcbstbe. Inq. 18 Jan. 29 Edw. I. 

Oldebuii. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants) held 
of the earl of Lincoln by service of a knight's fee and suit of court 
at Treubruge every three weeks. 
Heir as above. 

C.Edw.I. File ^9. (19.) 

21. John Fag. 

Writ, 23 Nov. 29 Edw. I. 
Somerset. Inq. made at Montacute, 28 Jan. 29 Edw. I {defaced). 

Chylteme Fag. The town is held of the heir of Baldwin de Aldeham, a 
nainor and in the king's wardship, by service of | knight's fee, 
whereof the said John held two parts of the said heir by the service 
aforesaid (full extent given with names of tenants), including a 
capital messuage. 

Eford by Taimton (?). \ knight's fee held of the bishop of Winchester by 

service of rendering to the said bishop John Bokeles (?) 

.... held of the said John Fag by the service aforesaid 

Bcutage and reUef, except that the said John Bokels (?) did suit at 
the court of the said John Fag every three weeks at his manor (?) 
of Chylteme Pag. 

John his son, aged 18 (?) on the eve of All Saints last, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. FiUn. (20.) 

22. Cecily de Mttsoeobos alias de Mitohegbos. 

Writ, 10 Aug. 29 Edw. I. 
GLOtroESTBR. Inq. made at Gloucester, 14 Sept. 29 Edw. I. 

Longeford. The manor (extent given) held of Nicholas son of Ralph by 
service of | knight's fee. 

Hawis daughter of Robert de Muchegros, her grand daughter {n&ptie), 
aged 26, is her next heir. 



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Gloucester. Inq. made at Teinton, 15 Sept. 29 Edw. I. 

Teinton. The manor (fxill extent given) held of Master WiUiam de Boys 
by service of a knight's fee. 

Hawis daughter of Robert de Muchegros, aged 25, is her next heir. 

GLOtrcBSTER. Inq. made at Teinton, 29 Sept. 29 Edw. I. 

Bikenor. The manor (extent given), including a fishery called 'La 
Waye,' held of the king in chief by service of 15s. yearly, to be 
paid at Newenham to the king's bailiffs of St. Briavel, and by 
serjeanty of keeping a certain wood in the forest of Dene by one man 
with bow and arrows. 

Grenewey. An assart containing 20a. held of the king by service of 6s. 8d. 
yearly at the exchequer ; and another assart containing 5a. held of the 
king by service of 20d. yearly. 

Heir as first above, the wife of John de Ferrariis. 

Worcester. Inq. made at Evesham, 19 Sept. 29 Edw. I. 

Bratforton. 9 virgates and haJf a quarter of a virgate of land held of the 
abbot of Evesham by service of finding him an esquire in time of war. 

Hawis daughter of Robert de Muchegros, aged 25, is her next heir. 

G.Edw.I. FileQd. (21.) 

23. William de Bromeeld. 

Writ, 19 Jan. 29 Edw. I. 
Sussex. Inq. 11 March {fragment). 

Femthe. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), includ- 
ing 18 (tenants) holding Reedlond, held J knight's fee, 

doing suit at the king's court of Rothe ; and [53a.] arable 

held of Ralph de ToUesle (?), rendering him 

Robert ["^de Bromfeld?] .... (is his next heir). 

G.Edw.I. File 99. (22.) 

24. Maud de Bello Campo, countess op Warwick. 

Writ, 21 April, 29 Edw. I. 
Wilts. Inq. 18 May, 29 Edw. I. 

Chiriel. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service of 
a knight's fee. 

Guy de Bello Campo her son, aged 30 and more, is her next heir. 

Warwick. Inq. 4 May, 29 Edw. I. 

BerkesweUe. The manor (extent given), acquired from Sir Richard de 
Edmundevile, who held of the earl of Warwick by service of 
I knight's fee, and by service of guarding the castle of Warwick in 
time of war for forty days at his own charges. 

Heir as above, of full age. 

Warwick. Jwg. 5 May, 29 Edw. I. 

Lyththume. The manor (extent given), acquired of Sir Richard de 
Edmundevyle, who held of the earl of Warwick by service of 

* Conf. Feudal Aids, Vol, V. 



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J knight's fee. Berkeswelle, Lythurne, Wulfhous in Rutland, and 
Lideneye, co. Gloucester, owe jointly the service of guarding the 
castle of Warwick in time of war for forty days at their own charges. 

Heir as last above. 

Warwick. Inq. made at Kenelworth, 6 May, 29 Edw. I. 

Beusale. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), acquired of 

Hamo le Estraunge, who held of the earl of Warwick by service of 

J knight's fee. 
Warwick. A messuage and a curtilage within the borough. 

Heir as last above. 

Northampton. Inq. Satiirday after the Ascension, 29 Edw. I. 

Potterespyrie. The manor (extent given), including a several pasture 
called Taylursmor, a park with deer, 20s. assised rent from a free 
farmer holding the hundred of Cleyleye, 5 virgates of land in 
vilenage in Pirie, and 6| virgates of land in vilenage in the hamlet 
of Jerdeley, held of the honour of Tuttebury of the heirs of the earl 
of Ferrars by service of a pair of gilt spurs or 6d., and rendering to 
the king yearly by the hands of the sheriff 5s. for an assart. 

Heir as above, aged 24 and more. 

Worcester. Inq. made at Cokereles Croys on Bredon hill, 12 May, 29 Edw. I. 
Cumbrinton manor. Part of a messuage &c. 30a. arable, 2a. meadow, and 
55s. \\d. rents (extent given with names of tenants), held, jointly 
enfeoffed with William de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, sometime 
her husband, by Richard de Ledene, who previously held the same 
of the same earl by service of doing suit at his court of the castle of 
Worcester every three weeks. 

Heir as above, aged 30. 

Glgtjcbstbr. Inq. made at Cokereles Croys on [Bredon] hill {undated 
fragment). 

garden water(-mill) 4a., 

meadow another pasture rents of free tenants 

and cottars (extent given with names of tenants) and pleas &c. of 
court, [held] by service of J (Imight's fee). 

her son, is her next heir. 

G. Edw. I. File 100. (1.) 

25. Isabel de Ros alias de Roos. 

Writ, 23 June, 29 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. 3 July, 29 Edw. I. 

Belver. The castle {castellum) with the towns of Belver and Wlsthorp 
(extent given), including 12|d. from 2 free tenants for guard of the 
castle of Belver, held of the king in chief by barony. 
William de Roos her son, aged 40 and more, is her next heir. 

Northampton. Inq. Wednesday before the Translation of St. Thomas the 
Martyr. 29 Edw. I. 
Stok Aubeny. The manor (extent given), including a park with deer, 
and 2 water-mills, one within the site of the manor, and the other 



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under the town of Wilberston, held of the king in chief by barony 
as member of the barony of Belver.. 
Heir as above, aged 30 and more. 

Leicester. Inq. made at Redemilde, 5 July, 29 Edw. I. 

Botelesford. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by 

barony as member of the barony of Bewer. 
Redenulde. A plot of meadow containing 10a. 

Heir as &st above. 

C.Edw.I. File 100. (2.) 

26. John db Valle Toeta. 

Writ, 23 Dec. 29 Edw. I. 
Surrey. Inq. made at Suthwerk, 22 April, 29 Edw. I. 

Shene. 200a. arable, 12a. meadow, a pastiire in a little island of the 
Thames called ' la Wynyard,' 52s. 2d. assised rent of 6 free tenants, 
30s. Id. assised rent of 13 customers, and autumn works worth 
23s. 8^d. yearly, held, by the courtesy of England of the inheritance 
of Alice his wife, of the king in chief by the grand serjeanty of being 
one of the king's butlers (pincernis), which serjeanty was commuted 
in the time of king John for 4s., to be paid yearly at the king's 
exchequer by the hands of the king's baiUffs of Kyngeston at 
Michaelmas, for all service ; and a messuage with garden, 20a. 
land and la. meadow, similarly held of Otto de Grandisono by 
service of 6d. yearly. 

He held no other lands &c. on this side Trent. 

John, son of the said John and Alice, aged 30 and more, is their next 
heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 100. (3.) 

27. Laurence db Bluntesdon alias db Bluntesdun. 

Writ, 25 Jan. 29 Edw. I. 
Wilts. Inq. made at Bradenestok, I May, 29 Edw. I. 

Bluntesdon. A virgate of land, containing 20a., held of the king in chief, 

pertaining to the manor of Sevenhampton now in the king's hand, 

rendering 12d. yearly and suit of court every three weeks. 
(Unspecified.) A capital messuage and a carucate of land (extent given) 

held of Fulk son of Warin by service of ^ knight's fee. 
Blimtesdon. A carucate of land (extent given) held of John Golafre by 

service of ^ knight's fee. 

Joan his daughter, aged 9, is his next heir. 

Oxford. Inq. Sunday before St. Gregory, 29 Edw. I. 

Little Milton. A capital messuage, 4 virgates of land, 8a. meadow, 
5 virgates of land which Walter le Norreys holds in vilenage 
rendering 16s. yearly, and 3 cottars rendering 12d. each, held of 
Laurence de Louches by knight's service, doing scutage for an eighth 
part of I knight's fee ; 12|a. land in socage, 2a. meadow, and pasture for 
2 oxen or cows, held of John Marmyun of Little Milton by service of 
|d, yearly ; and 3Qs. rent held of the heirs of John le Botiller, son 



12 INQUISITIONS. 



of Robert le BotiUer of Gastre, rendering a root of ginger yearly. 
He held nothing else in the county. 

Heir as above. 

Bttckingham. Inq. Friday before St. Gregory the Pope, 29 Edw. I. 

Woubourne. A messuage &c. 2 virgates of arable land, 4a. meadow, 
4a. wood, 17s. Id. assised rent of cottagers, and 24 ' bedderipp ' 
in autumn worth 2s., held of Edmund de Encourt, doing suit at his 
court of Woubourne every three weeks and rendering 13s. Id. yearly 
rent, and he owed hidage ; a messuage, 21a. arable, 2a. meadow, 
and la. wood, held of John le Fixssar by service of \d. yearly ; 
15a. arable, la. meadow, and 18s. 2%d. assised rent of free tenants, 
held of John de la Lunde (?), service unknown ; and 9a. arable, 
3a. meadow, and 55. 4d!. yearly rent, held of Alice de Lynleye by 
service of Is. 2d. yearly. 

Heir as above, aged 8 at Easter last. 

NoETHAMPTON. Inq. made at Gastre, 10 Feb. 29 Edw. I. 

Ecton. A capital messuage and 40a. arable held of Sir Rog» de Hecham 
in chief by service of 2s. yearly ; 28^a. Ir. arable, whereof l|a. held 
of Henry Stub in chief by service of \d., la. held of Roger son of 
Alice in chief by service of Id., la. held of Adam Smith {Fabro) by 
service of \d., |a. held of Roger (?) le White of Helpeston by service 
of \d., 3|a. Ir. held of Geoffrey de Ecton in chief by service of 3d., 
19a. held of Maud Russel in chief, service unknown, la. held of 
Hugh de Wodecroft, service unknown, and la. held of Thomas de 
Goldesburgh in chief by service of \d. ; 12a. meadow, whereof 4^. 
held of Hugh de Wodecroft in chief, service imknown, la. held of 
Ahce Russel in chief, service unknown, and 6|a. tenure unknown ; 
a croft and 6a!. assised rent held of Alice Russel in chief, service 
unknown ; and a cottage held of Henry Stub, service unknown. 

His daughter, name unknown, aged 8 and more, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 100. (4.) 

28. RoGBE DE Tany cKas de Thany. 

Writ, 28 Aug. 29 Edw. I. 
Hbetfoed. Inq. made at the tile bridge (?) (ad Pont&m Tegule), 7 Oct. 
29 Edw. I. 

Estwick. The manor (extent given), with the advowson of the church, 
held jointly by the said Roger and Joan his wife, by the feoffment 
of Richard Tany, father of the said Roger, to them and the said 
Roger's heirs, of Lady Joan Wak and the heirs of John Wak sometime 
her husband, service unspecified. 

He died on Monday before St. Bartholomew in the year abovesaid. 
Laurence, son of the said Roger and Joan, aged 2, is his next heir. 

Essex. Stapelford and Elmstude. The manors held of the king of the 
honour of Beyleihg, service unspecified. 



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Essex. Inq. taken at Colne on Sunday before St. Luke, 29 Edw. I. 

Elmested. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants) held of 
the king in chief of the honour of Reyleye by service of a knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 2 and more. 

Essex. Inq. 10 Oct. 29 Edw. I. 

Stapelford Tany. The manor (extent given with names of tenants) with 
the advowson of the church, held of the king in chief of the honour 
of Reylegh, now in the king's hand, by service of 2 knights' fees. 

Elmested in the hundred of Tendring. The manor with the advowson 
of the church, tenure unspecified. 



Heir as above, aged 2 years. 



C.Edw.I. File 100. (5.) 



29i Ealfe de Abbenhale. 

Writ, 24 July, 29 Edw. I. 
Gloucester. Inq. made at Teinton, 29 Sept. 29 Edw. I. 

Abbenhale. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by 
serjeanty of keeping a wood in the king's forest of Dene called the 
bailiwick of Abbenhale by two men on foot with bows and arrows, 
rendering also to the king 20s. yearly for his castle of St. Briavel, at 
Newenham. 

Walemore. 10a. meadow held of the king in chief by service of IDs. 
yearly to the king's bailiffs of St. Briavel. 

John his son, aged 32, is his next heir. 

Glottcestee. Inq. 15 Sept. 29 Edw. I. 

Blechesdon. A messuage and a carucate of land containing 60a. arable, 
2a. meadow, a water-miU, 58s. l^d. rent and pleas &c. of court, held 
of the earl of Her(e)ford by service of I knight's fee. 

Stanitewey. A messuage and a carucate of land containing 60a. arable 
and 8a. meadow held of Henry de Lancastria by service of 7s. yearly. 

Heir as above. 

O.Edw.I. File 100. (6.) 

30> RlCHAKD DB PbSEMERB. 

Writ, 1 June, 29 Edw. I. 
Berks. Inq. made at Neuwebury on Saturday after St. Barnabas, 29 Edw. I. 

Pusemere. A messuage &c. 192a. arable, 27a. enclosed wood, and rents 
(extent given with the names of two free tenants), including 2 cottars 
who pay their rent to Alice Darches who holds a third part of the 
town of Pesemere in dower, held of the heir of Brian de Brauntton 
by service of two parts of a knight's fee ; and 10s. are rendered yearly 
to the prioress of Goring (Garigges), and 4s. lOd. hidage to the king. 
He held no other lands in the bailiwick. 

Agnes his daughter, aged nearly 1 year, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 100. (7.) 



14 INQUISITIONS. 



31 . Margery late the wife of Edmund Pypabd, and Wilijam son and 

HEIR OF Thomas Pipard, a Norman. 

Writ, concerning the said Margery, 25 May, 29 Edw. I. 
Writ concerning the said William, 28 June, 29 Edw. I. 
Suffolk. Inq. taken at Gyppewic, 21 July, 29 Edw. I. 

William son of Thomas Pipard, who died a minor and in the 
king's wardship, held nothing of the king in chief in the county, 
but:— 
Hyntlesham. A capital messuage &c. 180a. arable, 3a. meadow, 
3a. pasture, 80a. wood, 30 free tenants rendering 41. yearly, and 
pleas &c. of court, were held by the said Margery in dower as of his 
inheritance, of the king in chief by service of a sore sparrow-hawk, 
or 2s. yearly at the king's excheiquer. 
John son of WiUiam Pypard, uncle of the aforesaid WilUam son of 
Thomas deceased, aged 28 and more, is next heir of the said WiUiam 
deceased. 

Buckingham. Inq. 1 Aug. 29 Edw. I. 

WjTigrave. A close with curtilage, 2 free tenants rendering 65. Id. yearly, 

4 customers rendering 375. l^d. yearly, and 3 cottars rendering 
4s. yearly, held by the said Wilham son of Thomas of the king in 
chief as of the honour of Walingfford by service of a knight's 
fee, and doing suit at his court of Walingfford every month ; 
63a. arable, 8Ja. meadow, 25. lid. rent of a free tenant, 20 customers 
holding 10 j virgates of land in vilenage, rendering 51. 5s. yearly, and 

5 cottars rendering 125. 9d. yearly, held by the said Margery, late the 
wife of Edmund Pipard, in dower, as of the inheritance of the said 
WiUiam, of the fee aforesaid ; and 14s. rent from two tenants, held 
by Margery, late the wife of Thomas Pipard a Norman, father of 
the said William, in dower of the same fee and inheritance. 

Heir as above, aged 30 and more. 

Devon. Iriq. made at Exeter, 1 Sept. 29 Edw. I. 

Langedone. The manor held by the aforesaid William son of Thomas 

of John de Cobeham by service of | knight's fee. 
Cherleton. The manor similarly held of Peter Corbet by service of 

I knight's fee. 

John Pippard, brother of Thomas Pypard father of the said WiUiam, 
aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 100. (8.) 

32. John db Wyvill alias de Wyvyl, db Wiviii. 

Writ, 6 June, 29 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. Sunday the feast of St. Barnabas, 29 Edw. I. 

Slengesby, Northolm, Colton [and Shirebum]. Certain lands &c. held 
of John, son and heir of Roger de Mubray, a minor and in the king's 
wardship, by service of a knight's fee, viz. : — 

Slengesby. A capital messuage, 18 bovates of arable land and 
18a. meadow in demesne, a several pasture, 58. rent from free 
tenants (named), 91. 8d. rent from bondmen (named), 63s. 8d. 



EDWARD I. 15 



rent from cottars (named), 2 water-mills under one roof, a wind- 

mill, woods called ' le Pryth ' and Thurkelwode, and pleas &c. 
Northolm. 4s. rent from 4 bovates of land which James de 

Northolm holds. 
Colton. A messuage and 30a. waste, which are worth nothing. 
Shireburn. 37s. rent from 3 carucates of land held by the heir of 

Robert de Everingham. 
Slengesby. Three bovates of land and 6a. meadow held of the heir 
of John Wake by homage and doing suit at his court of Buttercramb 
every three weeks. 
Nonewykethornes. 2 marks rent held of the archbishop of York by 
homage and suit at his court of Ripon every three weeks, to be 
received from the hamlet of Nonewykethornes which Walter de 
Nonewykethornes holds. 

William his son, aged 26 at Easter last, is his next heir. 

Writ, 6 June, 29 Edw. I. 
Northampton. Ing. Friday after St. Barnabas, 29 Edw. I. 

Welleford. The manor (extent given), including a several pasture called 
MoreweUesewe, another pasture called DepedSne, a water-mill called 
Twynham, a ruined water-mill called Newemilne, and a market 
let to farm, held of the heir of Roger de Moubrai, a minor and 
in the king's wardship, by service of IJ knight's fee. And there 
are 61. 13s. 4d. of rent to be paid to one WiUiam son of Alan for hfe, 
of the gift of the said John. 

Heir as above, aged 24 and more. 

C. Edw I. File 100. (9.) 

33. Roger de Caroxjn alias de Carbttn, de KAROinsr. 

Writ, 20 June, 29 Edw. I. 

Writ to the escheator to send in the inquisition he has made and the other 

writ without delay, 20 July, 29 Edw. I. 
[Buckingham.] Inq. taken at Neuportpaynnel on Saturday after St. Peter 

ad Vincula, 29 Edw. I. 
Shirnton. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants) held 

of the king in chief by service of 2 knights' fees. 

Sibyl his daughter, aged 1 year at the feast of All Saints last, is his 
next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 100. (10.) 

34. William lb Brfn alias lb Brfyn. 

Writ, 4 March, 29 Edw. I. 
Dorset. Inq. made at Blaneford, 13 April, 29 Edw. I. 

Cherletone by Spestesbyry. A messuage &c. and 3 virgates of land, 
and there are there 72a. arable, 4a. meadow, a common pasture, and 
rents (extent given with names of tenants), held of the abbot of Preaux 
{de Pratellis) by service of rendering to him 8 marks yearly ; and 
a free tithing, whose profit in views of frank pledge and pleas and per- 
quisites (of courts?), which are held six times a year only, is worth 
36s., 70a. arable, 3a. meadow, and 8s. rent from 2 free tenants (named) , 



16 INQUISITIONS. 



held of the heir of John de Boun, lord of Midhurste, by service 
of doing homage only. 
Maurice his son, aged 21 and more, is his next heir. 

Southampton. Inq. 15 April, 29 Edw. I. . ^ ,. u • • i.i 

Pordingebrigg alias Forde. The manor (extent given) held, jointly 
with Iseult his wife, by the king's feoffment, of the kmg m chief, 
as of the honour of Camel, now in the king's hand, by service of 

\ knight's fee. , , , , .,, t ix i.- •* 

Rughenore. The manor (extent given) jomtly held with Iseult his wife 

of the king in chief by service of serjeanty, rendering 40«. yearly 

at Michaelmas. r o- t u 

Estperle. The manor (extent given) jointly held as above ot Bur John 

de Sancto Johaime for | knight's fee. 

Heir as above, , „„ „, . 

C.Edw.I. Fik 100. (11.) 

35. RiCHABD LE Flemybto alias le Flemmyng. 

Writ [*13 July, 2cf Edw. I.] {missing). 
Devon. Inq. 24 Aug. 29 Edw. I. 

Crodehou, Brattone and Alferdescote alias Alverdescote. The manors 
(extents given with names of tenants) held of the king in chief, as of 
the honour of Lanceveton, by service of 4 knights' fees, and keeping 
one tower of the castle of Lanceveton in time of war. 

Heghebray. The manor (extent given with names of tenants) held of 
Thomas de Chageford by service 1| knight's fee. 

Baldwin his son, aged 21 and more, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 100. (12.) 

36. Robert de Htjgham alias de Htjghham. 

Writ, 18 April, 29 Edw. I. 
Kjbnt. Inq. 6 July, 29 Edw. I. 

Weveryngge. A tenement held of the king in chief by service of finding 
him in every war of his in Wales a man, a horse price 5s., a sack 
and a skewer (hrokkam) for 40 days only : John de Weveryngg 
and his partners hold the same of the said Robert, doing for him the 
aforesaid service to the king at their own charges, and rendering 
him 40«. yearly. 

Robert his son, aged 9, is his next heir. 

Kent. Inq. 15 May, 29 Edw. I. 

Boctone Monchanesy alias Bocthone Mochanesy. The manor (full 
extent given with names of tenants in gaveMnd) held of the heirs 
of Sir William de Monte Caniso by service of ^ knight's fee, rendering 
to them 205. yearly and doing suit at their court at Graveseude 
every three weeks. 
Heir as above, aged 10 years. 

* See Calendar of Fine Bolls, p. 443. 



EDWARD I. 17 



Kent. Inq. 17 May, 29 Edw. I. 

Hughham. The manor (extent given), including pasture for sheep on the 
hiU at Chelewarthone, held of Alexander de Balliolo as of the barony 
of Chilleham by service of a knight's fee, doing suit at his court of 
Kyngestone every three weeks, and rendering 10s. every twenty 
weeks for the guard of the castle of Dover. 

Caldecote. 5a. arable, la. pasture, and l|a. and a virgate of thicket, 
of gavelkind, pertaining to the manor aforesaid, held as abovesaid, 
rendering 6s. Zd. yearly, and doing suit at the said Alexander's 
court of Cherlthone every three weeks. 

[Hugham ?] Tenants at free fee rendering 50s. M. yearly (fuU extent 
given with names of tenants, some of whom held porticms of land 
called ' waracres '). 

Caldecote. Tenants in gavelkind rendering 22s. lid. yearly (extent 
given with names of tenants). 

Chiltone. Tenants rendering 29s. for sites of miUs &c. (extent given 
with names of tenants), held of the master of the Maison Dieu, Dover, 
by service of ... . 4d. yea,rly and doing suit at his court at Ryvere 
every three weeks. 

Hope. A tenant rendering 55. &d. yearly for 31a. land held of Richard 
de.Weylond as of the barony of Folkstahe by service of &d. yearly 
for a pair of gilt spurs ; 16a. land of free fee held of the said Richard 
of the barony aforesaid by service of ^^ knight's fee, rendering 
1Z&. cummin yearly ; and 8a. arable and 3a. pasture of gavelkind 
similarly held by service of \Zd. yearly and \U). pepper at Christmas. 

Dover. Tenants rendering 28s. M. yearly (extent given with names of 
tenants), including plots of land vacant fer combustioTiem 
alienigenarum. 

Pleas &c. of court. 

Heir as last above. 

C. Edw. I. File 101. (1.) 

37. Richard Gobiotjn. 

Writ [*Jan. 29 Edw. 1.] (undated fragment). 
NoETHAMPTON. Inq. made at Norh(ampton) on Monday before the 
Conversion of St. Paul, 29 Edw. I (defective). 

Horton. 10|a. of assart of his own soil held rendering 

5s. lO^d. (yearly) by the hands of the sheriff ; and ^ knight's fee 
(extent -given with names of tenants) held of Ba 

His daughters. Ha wis the wife of Ralph le Botiler, aged 18, and 
Elizabeth, aged 13 at the feast of the Annunciation last, are his next heirs. 

Northampton. Inq. Tuesday after St. Vincent, 29 Edw. I. 

Northasmpton. A manor (full extent given with names of free burgesses), 
including a messuage in Walbek by Northampton, held of the king 
in chief by burgage, rendering 15s. 4:d. yearly to the reeve 
(prepositure) of the town of Northampton for the farm of the said 
town. 

Heirs as above. 

* See Calendar of Fine Rolls, p. 436. 

B 



18 INQUISITIONS. 



Leicester. Inq. Tuesday before the Purification, viz. 31 Jan. 29 Edw. I. 
Knapethorp. The manor (fuU extent given with names of tenants), 
includmg 2 fishponds within the close and the patronage of 
the church, held of Roger de Somervile by service of a knight's fee, 
doing suit at the court of Leycestre every three weeks. 

His daughters, Hawis, aged 18 at the feast of St. Michael last, and 
EHzabeth, aged 14 on the feast of St. Cuthbert last, are his next heirs. 

Bedeoed. Inq. made at Heyham Gobioun, 29 Jan. 29 Edw. I. 

Stratleye. T^e manor (full extent given with names of tenants) held 
of Ralph Paynnel in chief by kaight's service. 
Heirs as first above, 

Bedford. Inq. 28 Jan. 29 Edw. I. 

Heyham Gobioun. The manor (fuU extent given with names of tenants), 
including free tenants doing scutage, and a fishpond, held of 
Ralph Payimel in chief by knight's service, doing suit at his court 
of Bedford every three weeks, and scutage when it rims for 2J knights' 



Heirs as first above ^ 

C.Edw.I. File 101. (2.) 

38. JocELiN {Guncelinus, Goscdinus) de Badlesmeee. 

Writ, 13 April, 29 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq. 30 April", 29 Edw. I. 

Badelesmere. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants in 
gavelkind, most of whom give I5d. every twenty-two weeks in aid for 
the guard of the castle of Dover) held of the kmg in chief, as of the 
barony of Crevequer which is in the king's hand, by service of a 
knight's fee, rendering 6s. M. every twenty-two weeks for the guard 
of the castle of Dover, and doing suit at the Mng's court of Leedes 
every three weeks ; and 60a. arable adjacent to the said manor, 
held of the abbot &c. of Faversham by service of 3s. 4ti. yearly. 

Donewelleshethe. Tenants rendering 3s. U. (extent given with names 
of tenants) pertaining to the manor aforesaid, held of the manor 
of Ospringe, by service of 16d. yearly. 

Bartholomew his son, aged 26, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 101. (3.) 

39. Agnes de Sancta Crttcb. 

Writ, 20 Sept. 29 Edw. I. 
Nottingham. Inq. 11 Oct. 29 Edw. I. 

West Marcham. A capital messuage &c. 120a. arable, 6a. meadow 
a water-mill, a little park, and 110s. Qd. rents of free tenants and 
4ds. IM. rents of cottars (extents given with names of tenants) 

Tuxford A tbjxd part of a messuage &c. 120a. land, 14ia. meadow, a 
third part of a water-mill, a toft, and 62s. ^d. (?) rents of free tenants. 
Si. is. lOicf, rents and works of customers, and 63s. QU. rents and 
works of cottars (extents given with names of tenants). 



EDWARD I. 19 



All held of the king in chief by service of a third part of J knight's 
fee ; and there are rendered yearly to Richard de Sutton 66s. Sd., 
to the prior of Blyth (Blid') 20s., to Richard de Normandvyle 10s., 
to Robert de Saundeby 2s., to John de Ripariis 2s., to the lord of 
Babbewrht 6s., to the prior of Munkebretton 8d., to the nuns of 
WaUendweU 6d., to John Primerol Id., to Richard son of Henry ^d., 
and to Henry the_ clerk ^d. 

Her daughters, Joan, aged 24, Margery, aged 22 at the feast of St. John 
the Baptist last, EUzabeth, aged 21 at the feast of SS. Peter and Paul 
last, and Cecily and Margaret, twins, aged 5 at the feast of the 
Annunciation last, are her next heirs. 

C. Edw. I. File 101. (4.) 

40. Alice de Breuse, late the wife de Richard de Brewosa. 

Writ, 28 Jan. 29 Edw. I. 
Suffolk. Inq. made at Eye on Wednesday before St. Barnabas, 29 Edw. I. 
Wytingham. The manor held of the earl Mar(shal) by service of a 

knight's fee. 
Akenham. The manor held of the same earl by service of a knight's fee. 
She held nothing in the county of the king in chief nor of the heir 
of WiUiam de Say, a minor and in the king's wardship. 

No heir given. 

Norfolk. Inq. 30 May (?), 29 Edw. I. 

Stintone. The manor (fuU extent given with names of tenants) held 
in chief of the heir of William de Say, a minor and in the king's 
wardship, by service of a knight's fee. 

Giles de Breuse her son, aged 28 and more, is her next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 101. (5.) 

41. Maud de Morttjo Mari. 

Writ, 23 March, 29 Edw. I. 

Wales and Hereford. Inq. 22 April, 29 Edw. I. 

Wales. Radenoure. The castle and borough (full extent given), including 
free foreign tenants (named), who each have to find a footman with 
a lance in time of war, and 52 Welsh free tenants de Montana 
de uno lecto, and 20 de alio lecto, and pleas &c. of the court and 
hundred. 

Hereford. Kingeslone. The manor, a member of the castle of Radenoure 
(extent given with names of similar free tenants), and pleas &c. of 
court. 
Erleslon. The hamlet, a member of the same castle (extent given). 

All held of the king in chief by service of a third part of a barony. 
She held no other lands &c. in Wales or Hereford. 

Edmund de Mortuo Mari her son, aged 40 and more, is her next heir, 

GLOtrCESTER. Inq. 21 April, 29 Edw. I. 

Aure. A moiety of the manor (extent given), including pastures called 
Warth and Halstude, and fisheries called Hamstal and Wodehende, 
held of the king in chief, by an exchange made between Kin§ Henry III 



20 INQUISITIONS. 



and William le Mareschal uncle of the said Maud, for the manor of 
Bassingebume, to hold as freely as the king formerly held the said 
moiety. 
Heir as above, aged 30 and more. 

Worcester. Ivq. made at Persore, 19 April, 29 Edw. I. 

Inteberwe. An eighth part of the manor (extent given with names of 
tenants) held of the king in chief by service of \ knight's fee. 

Heir as last above. 

Berks. Inq. Svmday the feast of St. Gteorge, 29 Edw. I. 

Neubury. 10». assised rent yearly from Thomas le Tannur for a third 
part of a windmiU, a third part of the pleas &c. of the court, and 
a sixth part of the toll of the market, aU held, together with 
Ql. 35. 3|d. of assised rent which Hawis late the wife of WiUiam de 
Mortuo Man holds in dower with reversion to Edmund de Mortuo 
Man and his heirs, of the king in chief of the Marshalcy {Marescallia) 
by J knight's fee. 
She held nothing else in the county. 

Heir as first above. 

BtrcKiNQHAM. Inq. taken at Crundon, 20 April, 29 Edw. I. 

Crendon. A capital messuage &c. 120a. arable, 20a. meadow, 3a. pasture 
a third part of a windmill, 2a. wood, and rent (extent given), 
held of the king in chief of the Marshalcy {marchavsia) by service 
of J knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 40 and more at the feast of St^ Mary in March. 

Somerset. Inq. 3 May, 29 Edw. T {defective). 

Bridgwater {Bruge Walteri). The castle together with a third part of the 
town (full extent given with names of burgesses and other tenants), 
held of the king in chief by service of | kmght's fee. 
Odecumbe. Two parts of the town held of the king in chief pertaining 

to the (aforesaid) (by the service) abovesaid, which two 

parts she committed long before she died to one Thomas de Morf, 
(rendering) yearly to the said Maud and her heirs 61. for all (services). 

Mulverton. Two parts of the manor held of the king in chief 

by the service abovesaid, which long before she died she assigned to 

Hawis late the wife of WiUiam de Mortuo Mari of the 

gift of the same Maud on the day she died. 
She held no other lands (m the county ?). 

Edmund de Mortuo Mari her son is her next heir 

G. Edw. I. File 101. (6.) 
42. Httgh de Plessetis alias de Plessitis. 

Writ [*23 Aug. 29 Edw. I] (missing). 
Oxford. Inq. Saturday the morrow of St. Michael, 29 Edw. I. 

Cudelynton. The manor, which is head manor of the fees of the barony 

(full extent given with names of free and other tenants), held of 

the king in chief by barony for a knight's fee. 

♦ See Calendar of Fine Eolls, p. 444. 



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Hugh his son, aged 5 on the feast of St. Michael just past, is his next 
heir. 

Oxford. Inq. Thursday before St. Michael, 29 Edw. I. 

Hogenorton. The manor (extent given with names of free and other 
tenants), including a park enclosed, held of the king by barony 
for a knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 5 years. 

Buckingham. Inq. 20 Oct. 29 Edw. I. 

Mussendene. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants) 
held of the earl of Gloucester by knight's service, viz. — \ knight's 
fee ; and 5a. arable held of the abbot &c. of Mussendene, rendering 
18(i. yearly. 

Heir as above, aged 4 and more. 

Beeks, Inq. Wednesday before St. Faith, 29 Edw. I. 

West Wittenham Earls. Wittenham (extent given), including a pasture 
called Inlond, held of the earl of Gloucester, rendering a rose yearly 
for all services. 

Heir as above, aged 5 and more. 

Wilts. Inq. 22 Oct. 29 Edw. I. 

Combe. A moiety (extent given with names of free and other tenants), 
including the capital messuage, held of the king in chief by service 
of J knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 6 years. 

C.Edw.I. File 101. (7.) 

43i EiCHABD D£ BeiiHits alias de Belltjs. 

Writ, 22 Dec. 29 Edw. I. 
Norfolk. Inq. 22 Jan. 29 Edw. I. 

Bilneye. The manor (full extent given with names of free and 
, customary tenants), including John, vicar of the church of Narburgh, 
a free tenant, and ll^d. rent for ' castelwarde' of Dover {Doure); 
and there are due thence 5s. (yearly) for the castle of Dover, and 3s. 
to Sir Hugh Bardouf. 
Bodeneye. The manor (similar full extent given) ; and there are due thence 
5s. (yearly) for the castle of Dover, 12d. to Sir William de Boyton, 
and Id. to Phihp Wace. 

Both held jointly with Sarra his wife of the king iji chief as of 
the crown by service of a knight's fee. 
Tudenham Falgate. The manor (similar full extent given), including 
th^^ fishery of Kerwen and Witteforde, held of Roger de Huntyngfeld 
by service of 20s. yearly. 
Njelond. The manor (similar full extent given) held of John de Thorp 
/ by service of J knight's fee, and there are due thence to him 2d. 
/ yearly for ' waytefe.' 
/ Thomas his son, aged 28 and more, is his next heir. 

/ Wrii of genius certiorari on the complaint of Sarra late the wife of the 
said Richard that the escheator had taken into the king's hand the 



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manors of Bilneye and Bodeneye whereof she was enfeoffed jointly 
with the said Richard, 22 Dec. 29 Edw. I. 

NOEFOLK. Inq- 22 Jan. 29 Edw. I. ,„,..., -^i, ^i, 

BUneye and Bodeneye. The said Sarra was enfeoffed jomtly ^t^ t^® 
said Richard of the manors (fuU extents given as above) held as 
above, and continued her seisin until his death. 

C.Edw.I. File 102. (1.) 



44. Joyce de Dynham. 

Writ [*24 May, 29 Edw. I] {missing). 
Devon. Inq. 11 June, 29 Edw. I. 

Hertilande. The manor with its members, held, together with the manors 
of Nottewill and Herpeford, co. Devon, and Bocland, co. Somerset, 
of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee (fuU extent given with 
names of free tenants), including lands &c. at the castle, Boterbiri 
and Hyndeherton, 2 parks with deer, a preserve {vivarium), water- 
mills at Herton, Cheristowe, Egereston and Craneford, fuUing-miUs at 
Herton and Egereston, woods at gapham and Boterbiri, a tenement 
in Emescomb, 20s. M. rent from the township of Tossebury, and 
27 burgesses ; and 27s. M. rent which Ohver de Dynham his father 
acquired of Roger de Cayngnes by service of a rose. 

[f Dige]port. A messuage, 30a. arable, 8a. meadow, 30a. pasture, 12a. wood, 
rents &c. held of the abbot of Tavistoke in socage, rendering to him 
3s. Zd. yearly, and l\d. for sheriff's aid. 

Shepewash and Uppecote. 44s. 2d. rent from Desiderata Steyl and her 
tenants, which Oliver de Dynham acquired of her, to hold of her 
by service of a rose yearly. 

Twyckebeare. Rents {illegible). 

Forlang. Rent {illegible). 

[|Shorterigge. Rent.] 

[John his son,] aged 5 on the feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Mary 

last, [is his next heir]. 

Devon. Inq. 16 Jime, 29 Edw. I, 

Matford. The hamlet (extent given with names of tenants) held of the 

heirs of Agnes, late the wife of Robert de Bytelescomb, by service 

of \d. yearly. 
Exemjmstre. 26a. arable in the marsh, held of Hugh de Curtenay by 

service of 13s. yearly. 
Clyst Fomyzon. A messuage &c. 24a. arable, 6a. meadow, and 3a. moor, 

held of the heirs of Richard Fomyzon by service of 8s. yearly. 

Heir as above. 

Devon. Inq. 8 June, 29 Edw. I. 

Herpford. The manor (fuU extent given with names of tenants) held of the 
king in chief, together with the manors of Hertlond (and) NoteweUe, 
CO. Devon, and Bockland, co. Somerset, by service of a knight's fee. 

Heir as above. 

* See Caleudax of Fine Bolls, p. 441. 

\ So given in the Calendar printed in 1806, but now illegible. 



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Devon. I-nq. 9 June, 29 Edw. 1. 

Suthbrouk. A capital messuage &c. 50a. arable, 5a. meadow, 21s. rents 
of free tenants (named), 36s. 4d. rents of customers (named), and 3s. 
rents of cottars (extent given with names of tenants), and \2d. pleas 
&c. of court, held of Elizabeth Daune and her co-heirs of the 
inheritance of Refus (?) de Morcellps] by service of a rose yearly. 
Heir as above. 

CoRHWALL. Inq. 20 June, 29 Edw. I. 

Cardynan. The manor (fuU extent given with names of tenants), 
including two birds (volatiV) worth 6d. at Michaelmas, the pasture 
of Greneburgh, land in Treuerdre, lands held by the prior of 
Trewerdray and 6s. 8d. rent for the moor of Fouwy, held of the 
king in chief, together with the manors of Botardel and Douneghny 
in the same coimty, by service of 32 little knights' fees. 
Heir as above. 

Cornwall. Inq. 20 June, 29 Ejiw. I. 

Ddunegny. The manor (extent given with names of tenants) held of 

the king in chief, together with the manors of Cardinan and Botardel 

by service of 32 Httle knights' fees. 
The bridge (Pons). 30s. yearly rent from Simon de Ponte receivable at 

the bridge, held of Roger de Karmynou in free socage by service of 

Id. yearly. 
' Gorlyn ' (in margin). 
Trevenwyn. 2s. rent from Richard Vivyan held of the, honour of 

Cardynan by service of ^ of a Uttle knight's fee ; and 4s. rent from 

Richard Riffi held of the same honour by service of ^^ of a little 

knight's fee. 
Trevydiados. 13s. 4c?. rent from Richard de Trevyados held of the 

said honour in free socage. 
Rensi (1). 12s. lOd. rent from Tbomas de Rensy (?) similarly held. 
Bodrevelen. 12d. rent from Alan de Keryc similarly held. 
La Vos. 2s. l|d. rent from William de la Vos held of the honour of 

Cardynan by service of 5^ of a Uttle knight's fee. 
Trevereck. 3s. 4:d. rent from Michael Petyt held of John Shechevyle 

by service of 3s. 4d. j^early. 
Trenudros (?), Tregosbyan and Lanilua (?). 4s. 2d. rent from William 

de Chaunbemoun and others held of Stephen Beaupre in free 

socage. 
Treneglos. 7s. rent from Henry de Treneglos held of the prior of 

Trewerdray in free socage, rendering 25. yearly. 
Tregalest. 22|c?. rent from Thomas de Kancia held of Ralph Bloyou, 

rendering him 18d. (yearly). 
Synalas. 125. rent from Marina Coraunt held of Stephen Beaupre 

in free socage. 
Treuorgy. 2s. rent from Thomas de Treworgy held of Wilham de 

Aylesbury by service of J knight's fee. 
Tregonewal. 2s. 4d. rent from Richard de Tregonewal held of Reginald 

de Ferariis by service of 12d. 

Heir as above. 



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Cornwall. Inq. 19 June, 29 Edw. I. " 

Bodardel. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), including 
a moor called Redemor, held of the king in chief, together with the 
manors of Cardinan and Doneghni, of the king in chief by service 
of 32 Uttle knights' fees. 
No heir specified. 

Somerset. Inq. 12 June, 29 Edw. I. 

Bocland by Frome. The manor (full extent given with names of free 
and other tenants), including a park without deer, and perquisites 
of the fair, held of the king in chief by service of \ knight's fee ; 
and the lord shall maintain a lamp burning in the church of the 
manor, of ancient custom, costing 3s. yearly. 

Heir as above. 

Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 10 July, 29 Edw. I. 
Cornwall. Extent, 12 Aug. 29 Edw. I. 

Landhilp. 1 knight's fee held by Nicholas de Alneto. 

Cructure. 2 laiights' fees held by Thomas de Cructure. 

Lanrethou. 3 J knights' fees held by Richard de Cereseaus. 

Kyleoyt. 2| knights' fees held by the same Richard. 

Helhgan. 2 knights' fees held by Robert de HeUigan. 

Treloy. 1 knight's fee held by Thomas Ercedekne. 

TreUowyth and Eglosros. 2 knights' fees held by Roger de Carmino. 

Golan (Sancto Culano) and Lantweythec. 1 knight's fee held by PhiUp 

de Medros. 
Trebartha. 1 knight's fee held by Henry de Lange forlange. 
Camedon. \ knight's fee held by Wilham de Bodbran. 
Pencarro and Ammel. ^ knight's fee held by Richard de Stapelton. 
Richard's Ammel. | and ^ knight's fee held by John son of William. 
Arganleys. 1 knight's fee held by William son of Martin. 
Hellonde. \ and ^ knight's fee held by John le Seneschal. 
Reprenna. ^2 knight's fee held by the heirs of Ralph de Bevyle. 
Trevenwyn. -pV knight's fee held by Richard le Rous ; and \ knight's 

fee held by Richard Vyvian. 
La Vos. 2^ kuight's fee held by John le Vos. 
Polscoz. ^ knight's fee held by John le Sauser. 
Cardinan. The advowson of the church. 
La Roche. The advowson of the church. 

Somerset. Inq. made at Melebumeport, 20 Aug. 29 Edw. I. 
Corftone. The advowson of the church. 

He had no knight's fee in the county. 

Devon. Extent made at Exeter, 1 Sept. 29 Edw. I. 

Wodehywysch and Seyntemarychurche. If knight's fee held by Thomas 

de Cyrecestre. 
Modbyri and Alynton. 2^ knights' fees held by the heirs of Walter de 

Treverbyn. 
Anesteye Cruwes. \ knight's fee held by John de Cruwes. 
Cotteleghe. | knight's fee held by Roger le Gyw. 
Cottelegh. The advowson of the church. 



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Hertylohde,. The advowson of the abbey. 

Endorsed : Reponatur inter escaeta et inquisitiones de a°- R. E. fil. 
R. H. xxix"- ii"!*- pars, 

Assignmeni of dower to Margaret late the wife of the said Joyce of a third 
part of the lands &e. taken into the king's hand after his death, viz. — 
Devon. Hertilond manor. Certain lands &c. at Butterbury, the castle, a 
park, water-mills at Cheristowe and Egereston, rents and services &c. 
(extent given with names of tenants), including rents and services 
of seven free tenants at Herdesworth. 
Nutewell. Lands &c. held by knight's service extended at il. 15s. Sd. 
yearly, the said Margaret paying a yearly pension of 5 marks to 
John de Cynnock, clerk, for life. 
CofiNWALL. Cardinan. ' The manor [extended] at 191. 5s. S^d. [yearly]. 
Duneghny. The manor extended at Gl. yearly. 
Of lands &c. held in soccage : — 
Devon. Diggeport in the manor of Hertylond. Certain lands &c. extended 
at 9s. l|d. yearly. 
' Twycbare. 7s. lO^d. rent by the hands of Philip de Courteny. 
Southbrok. Lands &c. in socage [extended] at 75s. 6^d. [yearly.] 
NoteWelle, Exton and Leverton. Lands &c. held by socage in the manor 

and hamlets [extended] at 21s. 6d. [yearly]. 
Clystfomizon. Lands &c. in the hamlet held in socage extended at 
21d. yearly. 

Endorsed : Reponatur inter brevia Regis de anno xxix°- R. E. fil. 
R. H. 

G. Edw: I. File 102. (2.) 

45. John de Bella Aqtta alias de Belewe. 

Writ, 18 Aug. 2[9] Edw. I. 
fYoRK.] /ng-. Sunday after St. Luke, 29 Edw. I. 

Tibethorpe. The town (full extent given with names of tenants) held, 
of the inheritance of Laderana sometime his wife by the courtesy 
of England, of Sir WiUiam de Ros of Helmesle by free service of 
2 sparrowhawks (nisorum) yearly. 

Estbruime. 4J bovates of land held by 2 tenants (named), held of the 
king of the barony of Brunne, service unspecified. 

Suthbrunne. 14 bovates of land (tena,nts names given) held, of the inher- 
itance aforesaid, of the king of the barony aforesaid, service unspecified, 

Nicholas, son of Isabel daughter of the said John and Ladrana and 
sometime the wife of Miles de Stapelton, deceased, aged 15 and more, and 
Joan another daughter of the said John and Ladrana, aged 24 and more, 
are their next heirs. 

[York.] Inq. Tuesday the eve of St. Luke, 29 Edw. I. 

Thorp Arches. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), 
including a park, ' heckes ' for taking fish in the Wherf in the pond 
of the fulhng mill, 4 tofts and 5 bovates of land held by 
Alan de Eolyfayt and Helen his wife, and Isabel, Agnes and Margaret 
her sisters, by service of ^ knight's fee and rendering 13s. 4d., and 
lands, rents &o. (extent given) in , Walton, which is a member of 



it UfQUISlTiONS. 



Thorp Arches, held, of the inheritance abovesaid, of John, son 
and heir of Roger de Moubray, a minor and in the king's wardship, 
by knight's service. , t^ r xi. 

Neuton in The Wylghes. The manor held by Simon de Kyme of the 
manor of Thorp Arches by knight's service, and his tenants there 
ought to do ploughing for the lord of Thorp Arches, with 7 ploughs 
for 1 day at the winter sowing, and 18 works in autumn, but the 
costs of the manor exceed the value of the works. 
Nicholas, son of Sibyl daughter of the said Laderana and sometime the 

wife of Miles de Stapelton, aged 15, and Joan another daughter, the wife 

of Aucher son of Henry, aged 24 and more, are next heirs of the said 

John and Laderana. 

[York.] Inq. Wednesday after All Saints, 29 Edw. I (defaced). 

Carleton manor. Certain lands and tenements (full extent given with 
names of tenants), including 75a. arable in Northker, 60a. meadow in 
Westmersch and 15a. pasture in ' le Merchs,' and a ferry over the Ayre, 
the lord of Carleton maintaining the boat, held, of the inheritance 

of the abovesaid Laderana, of the king by service , . 

Heirs as last above. 

Lancaster. Inq 29 Edw. I {defaced). 

Esshton. A moiety of the manor (extent given with names of tenants) 
held, of the inheritance abovesaid, of the earl of Lancaster by 
knight's service, and doing to him l^d. when scutage runs. 
Heirs as above, Nicholas aged 15 and more, and Joan of full age. 

Westmoreland. Inq. made at Appelby on Thursday after St. Luke, 
29 Edw. I, ending. 
Kentemer in Kendale. The vale (extent given with names of tenants), 
including a fulling mill, held, of the inheritance abovesaid, of the 
king in chief by service of ^ knight's fee. He held no other lands &c, 
in the county. 
Heirs as above, Nicholas aged 15, and Joan aged 24, 

Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 11 Jan. 30 Edw. I. 
York. Extent of knights' fees &c. which the said John held of the inheritance 
of Laderana sometime his wife, made at York on Thursday the eve 
of the Conversion of St. Paul, 31 Edw. I. 

Wyvelesthorp, Tocwyth and Hoton. 7 carucates and 2 bovates of land, 
held by Robert de Pontefracto by service of \ knight's fee ; whereof 
he holds 3 carucates in Wyvelesthorp in demesne, and John de 
Creppingge and Robert de Clerevaus hold 3 carucates of him in 
Hoton, WiUiam de Bugthorp holds | carucate in Tocwyth, the 
prior of Park holds 2 bovates of him in Tocwyth in frank almoin, 
and the prioress of Synithwayt holds of him | carucate in frank 
almoin ; and 1 carucate and 2 bovates of land in Tocwyth held 
by John de Kirkeby by service of ^ knight's fee. 

Rughford [and Merston]. 6 J carucates of land held by William de 
Bugthorp by service of | knight's fee ; whereof he holds 4 carucates 
in demesne, and in Merston the heir of William son of Henry holds 
1 carucate and 2 bovates, Everard Prodom holds \ carucate, and 
Henry son of the said Everard holds 6 bovates, • 



teDWAtlt) I. 2? 



Coupmanthorp. 3 carucates of land held by Richard de Malebys by 
service of | knight's fee. 

Merston. 9 carucates of land held by the heir of William son of Thomas 
by service of | knight's fee ; whereof he holds 6 carucates in demesne, 
and of the residue of 6 (sic) carucates the abbot of Fountains holds 
1 carucate in frank almoin. 

Bylton [and Tocwyth]. 5 carucates of land held by William le Vavasour 
and Richard le Walays, by service of i knight's fee ; whereof in 
Bylton the said Wilham holds 1 carucate and 1 bovate in demesne, 
the said Richard holds 1 carucate and 1 bovate, the said William 
holds of the prior of Park 1| carucate and 1 bovate which the prior 
used to hold in frank almoin, and the prioress of Synithwa3rt 
holds IJ carucate and 1 bovate in Tocwyth in frank almoin. 

Neuton Kyme. 7 carucates of land held by Simon de Kyme by service of 
J knight's fee ; whereof he holds 4 carucates and 2 bovates in 
demesne, Robert de Blkyngton holds 2 carucates, Elias de Neuton, 
clerk, holds 2 bovates, and Alan de Catherton holds 4 bovates. 

HamertcHi, Monkton, Wythington and Quixlay. 12 carucates of land 
held by Henry son of John de Hamerton by service of 1 knight's fee ; 
whereof he holds 5| carucates and 1 bovate in demesne in Hamerton 
and Quixlay ; in Hamerton the abbot of Fountains holds of him 
7 bovates in frank almoin, Alan de Cranelay holds 2 bovates, Henry 
Moye holds 3 bovates, Robert son of Hugh holds 3 bovates of the 
heir of Richard de Normanvill who held of the said Henry, Isabel 
daughter of John de Hamerton holds 3 bovates, and Agnes daughter 
of John holds 3 bovates ; in Monketon Roger de Merkyngfeld holds 
1 carucate ; in Wythington Wilham le Walays holds 1 carucate ; 
in Quixlay John son of Alexander de Quixlay holds a messuage and 5 
bovates, Robert son of John holds a toft, Nicholas the clerk of Quixlay 
holds 2 bovates, Thomas Waydelove holds 3 bovates, Robert de 
Gaylesthorp holds 2 bovates, and Thomas Ingebald 2 bovates. 

Allerton, Clareton, Lynlandes, Dunseford, Little Usebum, Hoperton, 
Horseford and Raudon. 14 carucates of land held by John 
Mauleverer by service of 1^ knight's fee ; whereof he holds 7 carucates 
in demesne ; Richard le Walays holds of him 3| carucates in 
Dunsford ; in Hoperton Robert the chaplain holds 4 bovates, John 
Skot holds 2 bovates, Robert son of Nicholas de Hoperton holds a 
messuage and 2a., Geoffrey le Normand holds a messuage, Richard 
de Hoperton holds a messuage, Henry Morel holds 2 bovates, and 
Thomas de Botlesford holds 2 bovates ; Thomas de Horsford holds 
1 carucate iii Horsford, and 1 carucate in Raudon ; and Richard le 
Walays holds 2 bovates in Little Usebum. 

He had no advowson of a church of the inheritance aforesaid. 

[York.] Similar extent, made at York, 6 Feb, 31 Edw. I. 

Bordelby, Herlsay, Sythil and Salcock. 6 carucates of land held by 
Robert de Fumeaus and Maud his wife, of the said John &c. by 
service of J knight's fee ; whereof they hold in demesne 2 carucates 
in Bordelby and J carucate in Herlsay ; the prior of Gysbmrn 
holds of them 2 carucates in Herlsay ; Michael de Upsale holds 
of them I carucate in Herlsay (and) SithiU ; and Thomas de Salcock 
holds of them 1 carucate in Salcock. 
He had no advowson of a church of the inheritance aforesaid. 



28 INQUISITIONS. 



[York.] Extent or summary of the above knights' fees in co. York. 
Partition of the above knights' fees (undated). 
Schedule of the part of the heir who is under age. 
Schedule of the part of Aucher son of Henry ; this part exceeds the other 

in number of fees by ^ and ^ fee, but is of less value in money 

by 40s. 

Petition to the chancellor from Miles de Stapelton, father of Nicholas de 
Stapelton, complaining that the knights' fees &c. assigned to Aucher 
son of Henry are worth double or more those assigned to the infant, 
who is in the king's wardship, and pra3ring for redress. {French, 
undated.) 

Writ to the escheator, the king being given to understand that the knights' 
fees which were of John de Bella Aqua by the courtesy of England 
are not well extended, that certain fees &e. are not extended, and 
that there is error in the partition, commands him to cause the 
same to be extended (again) &c. and to warn the abovesaid Aucher 
to be in the chancery on the morrow of the Ascension next ; 23 April, 
31 Edw. I. 

Reply by the escheator (?) that he has enquired by the king's writ other- 
wise directed to him concerning the knights' fees, &c. 

and knows not what further there is to be enquired into. Let the 

defects be signified to him Nevertheless he has 

warned the said Aucher {undated fragment). 

Partition of the knights' fees which were of the inheritance di the said 
Laderana. Of this partition let Aucher choose which part he will, 
and if this partition does not please him, let him make division of 
the fees and let Miles choose. 

G.Edw.I. File 102. (3.) 

46. Michael son of John de Hole. 

Writ of scire facias to the sheriff of Lancaster, whereas by an inquisition 
made by him it was found that a messuage and 3 bovates of land in 
Longeton, which the said Michael, who was outlawed for felony done 
in Cumberland as was said, held of Nicholas le Butiller, were in 
the king's hand for a year and a day, the Mng commanded him 
cause the said Nicholas to have seisin of the same ; and afterwards 
the king was given to understand that the said Michael was not 
outlawed, but that the late sheriff took the lands &c. into the 
king's hand because he was of Scotch origin and was Uving in 
Scotland with his parents ; and whereas afterwards Alan del Kar 
and Joan his wife came to the chancery asserting that the said Joan 
was sister and heir of the said Michael, and sought livery of the said 
messuage and land as her inheritance ; the sheriff is commanded to 
warn the said Nicholas to be before the king on the quinzaine of 
Holy Trinity, to show cause &c. why the said tenement should not 
be rendered to the said Alan and Joan ; 12 May, 29 Edward I. 

Writ of certiorari to the same sheriff, reciting as above, and whereas he 
returned on the day aforesaid that the said Nicholas had died, he 



EDWARD I. 29 



is commanded to enquire whether the said Michael died in the 

king's fealty or not, and whether the said Joan is his next heir, 

10 June, 29 Edw. I. 
Lancaster. Irtq. made at Preston in Amoundemesse on Saturday after 

SS. Peter and Paul, 29 Edw. I. 
[Longeton.] The said Michael died in the king's fealty and peace at 

Dombar ; he held the said messuage and land of Nicholas le 
! Botilpr and his heirs. 

Joan the wife of Alan del Kar is his next heir. 

G. Edw. I. File 103. <1.) 

47. Geoffrey de Suthorp and Walter de Offord, deceased. 

Writ of plenius certiorari to William de Carleton and John de Kirkeby, 
because the abbot of Peterborough asserts that the marriage of John 
son and heir of Geoffrey de Suthorp, and the marriage of Walter son 
and heir of Walter de Offord, who are in his wardship, ought to 
pertain to him and not to the king, because their ancestors held of 
his predecessors in Peterborough and Stokes by Undele by knight's 
service, long before they held anything of John de Camoys in 
Loholm which is held of the manor of Torpel, now in the king's 
hand, 23 Feb. 29 Edw. I. 

Writ of venire facias to the sheriff of Northampton to provide a jury, 

23 Feb. 29 Edw. I. 
Mandate from W. de Carleton to the sheriff to provide a jury at Thorpel 

on Wednesday in Easter week of 60 knights &c. of the neighbourhood 

of Torpel, Upton, Peterborough, Stokes by Undele, Loholm and 

Cotingham, given at Batesford, 19 March. 
Endorsed: This writ was referred to the bailiffs of the Liberty of the 

abbot of Peterborough. 

Jury panel. 

[Northampton.] Inq. taken at Torpel on Wednesday in Easter week, viz. — 
5 April, 29 Edw. I. 

The said Geoffrey held of the abbot of Peterborough certaiu tene- 
ments in Suthorp, Gunthorp, Hemmyngton and Stokes, by service 
of 3 knights' fees, and so did his ancestors of the abbot's predecessors 
time out of mind ; and in 5 Edw. I he acquired of Ralph de Loholm 
a messuage and 2 carucates of land in Loholm by service of | knight's 
fee, to hold of the lord of the manor of Torpel, and by suit at his 
court every three weeks. 

The said Walter held of the said abbot a messuage and | virgate of 
land in Peterborough by service of ^ knight's fee, and so dSd one 
Thomas de Offord and others his ancestors of the abbot's predecessors 
time out of mindj viz. before the time of King Richard, and afterwards 
in the time of King Richard the said Thomas was steward of 
Peterborough and acquired parcels from divers men in Offord to 
hold of the chief lords of the manor of Torpel by service of 2s. and |Z6. 
cummin yearly, and doing suit at the court of that manor every 
three weeks, and rendering 2s. lid. for scutage when scutage is 
at 40s. &c. and Id. for the keeping of the castle oi Rokyngham 



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and for sheriff's aid, to be received by the hands of the abbot's 
baihffs of the hundred of Nasso, which Id. the baiUffs of the manor 
of Torpel shall receive from the same Walter. 

Writ of plenius certiorari to the treasurer and chamberlains commanding 
them to search the rolls and memoranda of the exchequer and 
certify what they find concerning the above, 12 May, 29 Edw. 1. 

O, Edw. I, File 103, (2.) 

48. EoGER DB Bachesworth. 

Writ of plenius certiorari on the complaint of Richard de Bachesworth, 
that whereas he was seised of the manors of Herfelde, Northmimmes 
and Bachesworth by the feoffment of the said Roger, long before 
his death, the escheator by reason of the idiocy of Roger brother of 
the said Richard and kinsman and heir of the aforesaid Roger, after 
the death of the same Roger took the same into the king's hand, 

28 June, 29 Edw. I. 

Middlesex and Hebteord. Inq. made at St. Albans, 1 Aug. 29 Edw. I. 
Herefeld, Northmymmes and Bachesworth. The said Richard was 
enfeoffed of the said manors to hold to him and the heirs of his body, 
by the said Roger who was sufficiently sound of mind and memory, 
and retained nothing for himself ; and afterwards the said Roger went 
to a manor of the Hospitallers called More Halle, and there 
stayed for eight days in good health and afterwards became ill 
and died, day unknown. The said Richard has been seised 
thereof for seven years until now. The manor of Herefeld is held 
of the earl of Gloucester as of the honour of Clare by service of 
35. 9d. yearly, and ^d. daily for the maintenance of a certain watch- 
man (vigilis) in the castle of Clare, doing also suit at the court of Clare 
every three weeks : the manor of Northmymmes is held of the same 
earl by service of J knight's fee ; and the manor of Bachesworth is 
held of the abbot of St. Albans by service of ^ knight's fee, doing also 
suits at the abbot's hundred (court) of Kaisford and at his court at 
St, Albans, every three weeks, 

C. Edw. I. File 103, (3.) 

49. Richard son and heir of John Danyel of Tydeswell. 

Writ to the escheator to take the proof of age of the said Richard, whose 

lands &c. are in the wardship of Adam de Hamelton by the king's 

commission, and who was bom and baptized at Tydeswell, co. Derby, 

as is said, 1 March, 29 Edw. I. 

Derby. Proof of age made at Tideswelle on Tuesday after the Close of Easter, 

29 Edw. (defective). 

Nicholas son of Thomas de Topton, aged 50, says that the said Richard 
was bom at Weseford in Ireland on the day of St. Mark, 2 Edw. I, and 
baptized in the baptistery of the church of St. John, Weseford, and he 
himself was then of the household of John the father and with him at 
Weseford ; and he recollects the day because the said John and Cecily 
his consort, mother of the same Richard, crossed from Ireland at the 
feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross next ei,fter the said Richard's 



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birth, bringing the said Richard and Nicholas and others of his household, 
and landed at Bristol, 20 years ago. 

Richard de Boostonys, aged 50 and more, agrees, but only knows it by 
the relation of others, but within the quinzaine of St. Michael, 2 Edw. I, 
he came to the house of WilMam Folejaiimbe at WormehuU and there 
saw the said Richard Danyel lying in his cradle aged about 20 weeks, 26 
years ago. 

[Richard] son of Richard Danyel, aged 50 and more, agrees, and 
knows it because within a month after the said birth John Danyel the 
father sent a letter to the said Richard containing that Cecily his wife had 
borne the said Richard on the said day of St. Mark ; and he recollects because 

at that time he was the said John's baihff at Tideswelle of 

Richard his son after he was taken to the house of the said William 

Folejaumb about the feast of St. Michael, 2 Edw. I 

was guardian of the said Richard, often saw him at Wormehill whilst he 
was an infant, and often reckoned up his age. 

John Martyn, aged 60 and more, agrees, and he saw the said Richard 
at the house of William Foljaumb about Michaelmas, 2 Edw. I, who was 
about 18 or 19 weeks old, and at the Christmas after he married his wife 
Eva, 26 years ago at Christmas last. 

William son of Roger Folejaumb, aged 60 and more, agrees, and says 
that about Michaelmas 26 years ago he saw the said Richard an infant 
at the house of William Folejaumb, and it was then said that he had been 
bom on the day of St. Mark before ; and on the day of St, Michael 
(before ?) . . .he married Beatrice his wife, 27 years ago .... 

Hugh son of Roger, aged 70 and more, says the like, and knows it because 
at the quinzaine of St. Michael after he saw the said Richard (an infant), 
he took at Tideswelle to farm for 27 years, whereof 26 have elapsed. 

Nicholas Folejaumb, aged 50 and more, says the Hke 

William Redymon, aged 60 and more, says the like ; when he first saw 
the said Richard he was forester in the forest of ' la Chaumpayne,' and 
frequently had access to the house of WilUam Foljaumb, but was removed 
from his office 25 years ago. 

Alexander de Lucebi, aged 56 and more, says the hke, . . . [Fole]jaumb 
where he had come with a present on behalf of Alan vicar of Tideswelle, 

his uncle, to Helen and he recollects it because Henry de Luceby 

his uncle was instituted Easter next after he first saw the 

said Richard, 26 years ago. 

Henry de Kongesdon, aged 60 and more, says the hke, .... 26 years 
ago his wife Is(abel) bore a daughter Iseult, and he went to the house of 
William Foljaumb to ask Nicholas his brother, who was in service there, 

and saw the said Richard an infant : if the said Iseult had 

lived she would have been 26 at Michaelmas last. 

Roger de Cheilmardon, aged 70 and more, says that about the feast of 
All Saints 26 years ago he came to the house of the said William, and 
[seeing] the said Richard an infant asked who he was, and was answered 

and was bom in Ireland, at which he greatly marvelled 

and he recollects because at the feast of the Nativity of St. John the 
Baptist next following Thomas, who was 26 at that feast last. 

Nicholas Gamyl of Cheilmardon, aged 50 and more, says that at 
Michaelmas 26 years ago, Ralph his father proposed to enfeoff him of a 
moiety of his lands in Cheilmardon, and he went to WiUiam Folejaumb to 



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seek his advice as to the form of the charter of feoffment, and then first 
'' saw the said Richard ; and he recollects the time by the feoffment made. 
Memorandum. The said Adam de Hamelton being warned came not, 
and this proof was taken in his absence. 

C. Edw. I. File 103. (4.) 

50. John, son and heir of Robert le Btjtilleb, or lb Bottler. 

Writ to the escheator to take the proof of age of the said John, whose 
lands &c. are in the wardship of Henry del Ree of Kyngesstaneford 
by the king's commission, 30 Jan. 29 Edw. I. 
HEREroRD. Proof of age made at Hereford, 7 July, 29 Edw. I (fragment). 

John de la Hull, aged 42, says that the said John was 22 on the feast 
of St. Katherine, for he was bom at Kyngestanford, and baptized in the 

church of Bisshopesfrome on the morrow ; and this he knows 

because in that year he married Joan his wife. 

Thomas Dobyn, aged 50, says the Uke, and knows it because WiUiam 

Dobyn his uncle the mill of Kyngestanford of Hugh de 

Paunton, lord of the manor. 

WiUiam de Twypeton, aged 42, says the like, and knows it because 
Payn his son on the eve of St. Katherine 

Stephen Young (juvenis), aged 41, says the Uke, and knows it because 
William his father on the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist 
in the same year, acquired the manor of 

.... , aged 58, says the Uke 

Hugh de Hopton, aged 44, says the Uke, and knows it because on the 
feast of St. Clement in the same year he married Amice his wife. 



John le Taylor, aged 50, says the Uke, and knows it because on the 
feast of St. Michael in the same year he married E (?) 



John le Jevene, .... says the Uke, 

Thomas Hemyoke (?), aged 40, says the Uke, and knows it because on 
the feast of St. Luke in the same year 

.... lawe, aged 42, ... . and knows it because Henry his father 
died on the feast of St. Lucy in the same year. 

Henry de la Ree Henry came arid testified that the said 

John was of fuU age. 

C. Edw. I. File 103. (5.) 

51 . Thomas, son and heir of William de Luton. 

Bttckingham. Proof of age taken at Pletemershton, in the presence of Henry 

de Pentelawe, guardian of the lands &e. by the demise of Beatrice, 

late the wife of the said William, to whom the king committed the 

wardship, 2 Sept. 29 Edw. I {defective). 

Richard son of William de Aylesbury, aged 40, says that the said 

Thomas was 21 on the day of St. Thomas the Apostle last, and was bom 

at HertweUe, co. Buckingham, on that day and baptized on the morrow 

in the church of the same town, which he knows because on the eve of 

AU Saints preceding, WilUam his own father died and he entered upon his 

lands &c. as his heir. 



EDWARD I. 33 



John Martyn, aged 50, says the Uke, and knows it because at 
Whitsunday following he married (1) 

Hugh le Jevene (?) says the like, and knows it because he 

has a son Henry who and is aged 21. 

because he has a son 

■ because he has a son WiUiam 

Geoffrey le Sender, aged 60, says the like, and knows it because 
, de HertweUe was a day of love taken between Gilbert de Bra 



says the like, and knows it because on the day of 

St. Edmund the King in the same year he married 

William Waryn, aged 60, 

Alexander Justice, aged 60 



WiUiam de Suthcote ....,, he was yeoman (vadlectus) of WiUiam 
de Luton .... 

* C. Edw. I. File 103. (6.) 

52. KaTHEKINE, DArGHTER AND HEIR OF JaMES DE LANGEDON, whom 

Robert de Kynbauton married. 

Writ to the escheator to take the proof of age of the said Katherine, 
whose lands &c. are in the wardship of PetroniUa, late the wife of 
WilHam de Kynebauton, and the said William's other executors, by 
the. king's commission, S.Jan. 29 Edw. I. 
Essex. Proof of age taken at Langedon, 4 May, 29 Edw. I. 

John atte Clyve, aged 48, says that the same Katherine was 16 on the 
eve of St. Augustine the Bishop last, for she was bom at Langedon on 
that day 13 Edw. I, and baptized in the church there on the morrow 
of that feast ; which he knows because he was at Ghelmesford in the 
company of James de Langedon her father at the eyre of the Justices in 
that year at Michaelmas, and at the feast of AU Saints in the same year 
the said James died. 

WiUiam de Sturmere, aged 44, says the Uke, and knows it because the 
said James died as abovesaid. 

John de Beauchamp aged 45, John de Estele aged 40, WilUam 
Bertholomeu aged 42, Ehas de Langedon aged 46, John Poygnaunt 
aged 55, Thomas Osbem aged 60, PauUnus (Pawelinus) atte Stone aged 44, 
John atte Wode aged 40, Bartholomew Osbem aged 52, and Richard 
le Gyngnour aged 42, say the Uke, and know it for the same reason as 
John atte Clyve. 

The said PetroniUa for herself and co-executors says that she knows 
nothing against this proof. 

C. Edw. I. File 103. (7.) 

53. Franco de Scolond alias de Scoland, kinsman and heir of Geoffrey 

DE SCOLOND. 

Writ to the escheator to take the proof of age of the said Franco, whose 
lands &c. are in the wardship of AUce de Leygrave by the king's 
commission, 30 May, 29 Edw, I, 

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34 INQUISITIONS. 



Essex, Proof of age taken at Berking, 12 June, 29 Edw. I (defective). 

Walter de la Grave, aged 60, says that«tlie same Franco was 21 on the 
day of All Saints last, and was bom at Warle in his father's house on the day 
of All Saints, and was baptized in the church of St. Mary there on the 
morrow ; and this he knows because he married Rose the said Franco's aunt, 
and because Franco de Skolond, father of the heir and brother of the said 
Geoffrey, died at Warle at the feast of St. Luke last 17 years ago, when 
the heir was 4 years old, except so much as is between that feast and 
All Saints, for he took the heir and delivered him to Richard de Skolond, 
who kept him imtil the escheator took him and his lands &c. into the 
king's hand. 

Ralph de Skolond, aged 60, says the like, and knows it because at that 
time he was baiUff of Franco, the father, of his manor of Warle, and until 
his death, and by his accounts recollects that that time was nearly 4 years, 
and since the said Franco's death he has dwelt at his own house 
{mansionem) for 17 years. 

William de Kirshampton, aged 50, says the like, and knows it because 
in the year after the aaid birth he married one Blanche, who was then of 
the household (familiaris) of Franco the father. 

Nicholas le Clerk, aged 40, says the Uke, and knows it by the death of 

Franco the father feast of St. Luke last 17 years ago, when 

the heir was 4 Walter le Blake his own uncle died, whose 

executor he was, and by the date of his testament 

Robert Page, aged . . says the Uke, and knows it because in the same ^ 
year his wife. 

John Korbyn, aged 40, agrees, and knows it because at the same time 

his wife bore him a daughter Joan, who is 

who died at the same time. 

John Monke, aged 40, knows it because at that time he was 

of the household (familiaris in domo) of the heir's father, and carried 
him to his baptism and was his godfather (jpatrinus). 

Walter le Paumer, aged 40, agrees, and knows it because in the same 
year he married Katherine stiU his wife. 

Wa,lter Goudwyne, aged 50, agrees, and knows it because at that time 
his wife John who is 21 years of age. 

Alexander and Peter Partrich, each aged 40, agree, and know it because 
at that time they were of the household of Franco (the father and) were 
(present) when the said heir was baptized, and have kept count of it 
ever since. 

C. Edw. I. File 103. (8.) 

54. GiLBEET, SON AND HEIE OF ThOMAS DB ClAEB. 

Writ to the justice and chancellor of Ireland to take the proof of age of 
the said Gilbert, whose lands, by the king's special grace, were 

restored before he was of full age, 6 July, 29 Edw. I. Endorsed ■ 

This writ reached Le Naas 10 May, 30 (Edw. I). 

Ireland. Proof of age taken at Cassell before Maurice de Rupeforfci, deputy 

of the justice, and John Cantock, deputy of the chancellor of Ireland 

on Saturday after St. Matthew, 30 Edw. I. ' 

Maurice de Lees, knight, says that the said GUbert was bom at 

Lymerick and baptized in the cathedral church there by Gerald then 



EDWARD I. 35 



bishop of Lymerick, on the morrow of the Purification, 9 JIdw. I, and was 

21 on the morrow of the same feast last ; and this he recollects because he 
was then of the household of Thomas the father, and from then until 
the feast of the Decollation of St. John the Baptist, 15 Edw. I, when the 
said Thomas died, and the said Gilbert was 6 years old at the feast of the 
Purification then last past. 

Thomas son of WiUiam agrees, and recoUects because a sister of his 
bore a son on the same day, who was 21 at the feast of the Purification last, 

Ehas de Cheyne agrees, and recoUects because his mother sent to 
Juliana de Clare the said Gilbert's mother a present by him on the day 
she was in labour, 21 years ago. 

Robert de Inscul agrees, and recoUects because he was in a fight 
(conflictu) at KyldrojTi between the EngHsh and Irish on Monday after 
AU Saints, when Robert le ButiUer, kuight, was wounded whereof he 
died, and the said Gilbert was bom a year after ; which fight was 

22 years ago. 

Maurice son of Matthew agrees, and recoUects because several (plures) 
of his friends were kiUed in the said fight. 

Richard Somervill agrees, and recollects because he was bom at the 
feast of SS. PhiHp and James next after the birth of the said Gilbert, and 
proved his age at that feast last past. 

Richard de Mora agrees, and recoUects because he was in the wardship 
of Thomas the father, and 14 years of age when the said Thomas died, 
and the said Gilbert was 6 at the feast of the Purification then last past, 
and 15 years have elapsed. 

Bartholomew le Flemmyng agrees, and recoUects because a sister of 
his bore a son on the same day, who was 21 at the feast of the Purification 
last. 

Robert son of Richard agrees, and recoUects because his wife bore a 
daughter on the same day &c. 

Henry son of Stephen agrees, and recoUects because his daughter 
Sibyl died at the feast of St. Nicholas next before the said feast of the 
Purification, 21 years ago. 

Maurice Gerveys agrees, and recoUects because Walter his brother was 
wounded in the aforesaid fight so that his Ufe was despaired of. 

Stephen KyVemok agrees, and recollects because he was serving the 
said Thomas the father at his table, when news came to him of the birth 
of the said Gilbert &c. as above. 

C. Edw. I. File 103. (9.) 

55. Roger son and heir of Adam de Bavbnt. 

Sussex. Proof of age taken before the king at York on the octave of 
St. Michael, 29 Edw. I. 
Whereas the said Roger, who was bom and baptized at Wistaneston, 
as is said, says that he is of fuU age and seeks the lands &c. of his 
inheritance, whereof parts are in the wardship of WiUiam de Hamelton 
and Henry de Cobbeham, by the king's commission, and parts in the 
wardship of Master WilHam atte Felde and Andrew de Nevyll, by the demise 
of Albertinus Fulberd to whom the king granted the same as wardship, 
and the king gave him a day to prove his age, as aforesaid, the 
sheriff was comm?inded tQ summon jurors, ai^d to warp t}je gai^ 



36 INQUISITIONS. 



William, Henry, Master William and Andrew to be present, who did 
not come, wherefore let the proof be taken. 

Ralph de Catewyk, aged 50 and more, dwelling in Stanynges, distant half 
a league (?) (leucam) from Wistaneston, says that the said Roger was 21 on 
IViday before the Annunciation last, and was bom at Wistaneston 
and baptized in the church there by a priest named John, and William 
[Berne(?)]hous, Roger de la Hyde and Eva de Cumbe were his godparents ; 
and he knows of the heir's age because he is his next neighbour, and has 
a son John who was bom three years and more before and was 25 at the 
feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist last. 

Robert de Bindevylle, aged 52 and more, dweUing at Hanefeld, three 
leagues from Wistaneston, agrees, and knows because he has a daughter 
Joan bom 15 days before the Purification five years before the birth of 
the heir, who was 26 at that day last past. 

Wilham atte Denne, aged 54, dwelling at Horsam, six leagues from 
Wistaneston, agrees, and knows it because he has a son Richard bom 
in the first week of Lent next before the birth of the heir, who was 21 on 
that day last past. 

John Testard, aged 40, dweUing at Stanynges, two furlongs 'from 
Wistaneston, agrees, and knows because he has a son John bom on the 
feast of Easter next after the heir's birth, who was 21 on that feast 
last ; he was also present when the heir was baptized. 

John le Graunt, aged 42, dwelling at Hanefeud, four leagues from 
Wistaneston, agrees, and knows because Robert his father, whose heir 
he is, died on the eve of SS. Philip and James, twenty years ago, and 
the heir was bom a year and more before. 

Robert le French, aged 50 and more, dweUing at Brembel, a league 
from Wistaneston, agrees, and knows because he has a son Robert who 
was bom at the feast of the Purification next before the heir's birth, and 
was 21 at that feast last ; and also Helen his wife immediately after 
the heir's birth, went to nurse him for a month and more. 

John atte Lee, aged 42, dwelling at Wassington, a league from 
Wistaneston, agrees, and knows because at that time he was in the 
service of Roger de la Hyde, godfather of the heir, and at the feast of Easter 
following he entered the service of John, archbishop of Canterbury, 21 years 
ago at that feast last. 

Matthew de Apsele, aged 30 and more, dweUing at Shepele two leagues 
from Wistaneston, agrees, and knows because Robert his father died at 
the feast of St. Barnabas 21 years ago at that feast last and the heir was 
bom on Friday before the Purification next before. 

WiUiam le Spenser, aged 50 and more, dweUing at Chiltington, four 
leagues from Wistaneston, agrees, and says the heir was bom as abovesaid 
and baptized on the Saturday foUowing, and he himself from the feast 
of St. Martin foUowing was in the service of the said Adam the father 
for twelve years until {quod) he died, from which time nine years have 
elapsed. 

Philip de Percyng, aged 41, dwelling at Percyng, five leagues from 
Wistaneston, agrees, and knows because on Smiday in Mid Lent a year 
after the heir's birth WiUiam his own father enfeoffed Robert Aguylun 
of all his tenements in Percyng, 20 years ago at Mid Lent last. 

WiUiam Testard, aged 60 and more, dwelling at Stenjmg, half a league 
from Wistaneston, agrees, and says that three years and more after the 



EDWARD I. 37 



heir's birth he married one Maud, 18 years ago at the feast of St. James 
last ; and he was present at the purification of the heir's mother. 

Hugh de Combes, aged 40 and more, dwelhng at Combes, two leagues 
from Wistaneston, agrees, and says that at the said feast of the 
Annunciation he was living in the service of John his elder brother, and 
so for six years until his brother died and he succeeded to his inheritance 
and held his lands for 15 years before Easter last. 

And because the said Roger has sufficiently proved his age, let him 
have seisin of his lands &c. and let this record be sent to the 
chancellor &c. 

C. Edw. I. File 103. (10.) 

56. John, son and heir of John de Pavely. 

Writ to the escheator to take the proof of age of the said John, whose 
lands &c. are in the wardship of WilUam de WeUes by the demise of 
Ahce Kybryak, to whom Oliver de Kibryak, who had them by the 
king's commission, demised the same, 6 Feb. 29 Edw. I. 
Somerset. Proof of age taken at Montacute, 22 June, 29 Edw. I. 

William de Pavely of Cantukesheved, aged 42, says that the said heir 
was 22 oh the eve of St. Matthew last, for he was bom at Cantukesheved 
on that day, 6 Edw. I, and baptized in the church there on the same 
day ; and this he knows because John the father was in his company 
at the last eyre of the justices at Somertone, viz. — ^in & Edw. I, and 
then saw the heir, aged nearly one year. 

Robert le Vael, aged 54, says the hke, and knows it because the said 
heir was nursed in his house in the eyre aforesaid. 

Hugh de Bruges, aged 40, says the hke, and knows it because Oliver de 
Kybriak obtained the wardship of the lands &c. by the king's commission 
in the year following the said eyre. 

Thomas of the mill (de molend'), aged 60, says the Uke, and knows it 
because he saw the heir being nursed in the house of Robert le Vael in 
the year of the said eyre. 

Hugh Freman, aged 48, says the Hke, and knows it because he has a 
daughter Gonild who was bom at Christmas in the year aforesaid. 

John Borou (?), aged 40, says the same as Thomas of the mill. 

Thomas de Bykenhul aged 62, Richard Swift aged 52, Geoffrey de 
TyntehuUe aged 50, John Cosyn aged 50, Richard de Loveny aged 48, and 
John Tony aged 40, say the Uke, and that the heir was born before the 
eyre of the justices aforesaid. 

WiUiam de Welles, who had the wardship &c. was present and said he 
had o£Eered the said heir a marriage without disparagement, who refused 
the same, wherefore the lands &c. ought not to be restored to him until 
the said WiUiam should be satisfied the value of the marriage. And 
afterwards he satisfied the said WiUiam for his marriage. 

G.Edw.I. FilelOB. (11.) 

57. Walter de Scrttteville. 

Tfn^, 2 Aug. 29 Edw. I. 
Northumberland. Inq. made at Newcastle upon Tyne on Friday after the 
Assumption, 29 Edw. I. 



38 mQUISlTIONS. 



Nafferton. The manor (extent given with names of tenants) held of the 
king in chief by homage and by service of 6 marks yearly at 
the exchequer of Newcastle. 
He died on Wednesday the eve of St. Margaret in the year aforesaid. 
Richard his son, aged 23 at the feast of Easter last, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 103. (12.) 

58. Margery, the wipe of Thomas de Bocland, DAUfiHTBR and heir of 
Elias CTJsnsr of Matfen West. 

Writ, 20 June, 29 Edw. I. (defective.) 
[NoRTHTJMBEKLAND.] Proof of age, made at Stanfordham on Wednesday, 
the feast of St. Luke, 29 Edw. I (defaced). 

John de Hydewyn , says that the said Margery was bom at 

Matfen West on Thursday before the Conversion of St. Paul, 14 Edw. I, 
and was baptized on the morrow in the baptistry [of the church of 
Stanfordham,] 15 years ago on the said feast last past ; and he well 
remembers because at the feast of the [Purification] after the said birth 
he came to Sir WiUiam de Halton as steward of his household, 15 years 
ago at that feast last past, and he and Sir Elias de Matfen West were 
then good friends. 

Robert de Ponthope, aged 50, says the hke, and knows it because on 
the same day that she was baptized, John his son married AUce daughter 
of Richard de Stanfordham, which was 15 years ago. 

Thomas Baroun, aged 38, agrees, and remembers it because Agnes his 
mother died on the eve of the Purification next after the said birth 15 years 
ago. 

WiUiam de Haucwell, aged 44, agrees, and remembers because Peter 
his son was bom on the feast of the Conversion of St. Paul, 13 Edw. I, 
15 years ago at the same feast last past, and he and the said Margery are 
of an age. 

John Colyn of ' le Hough,' aged 40, says the hke, and remembers 
because he and EUas father of the said Margery were then at Newcastle 
upon Tyne, at the chapter before the archbishop's official of Northum- 
berland, and then was the house of his neighbour Robert del Hough 
accidentally destroyed by fire, 15 years ago. 

Simon de Ruchestre, aged 42, agrees, and remembers because he was 
then building his hall, 15 years ago. 

William Gryse of Matfen West, aged 54, agrees, and remembers because 
at the feast of Easter next after the said birth, Robert his brother was 
slain by robbers going to York on the business of Sir John de Herteweyton, 
15 years ago, and he loved his brother above all Mving. 

Adam son of Bemard de RyhiU, aged 40, agrees, and remembers because 
on the day she was bom there was a great storm, and he was on his 
journey from Ryhill to Brynckebum, and when he had to ride across the 
Coket he was nearly drowned, which was 15 years ago. 

Geoffrey de Stanfordham, aged 39, agrees, and remembers because for 
a long time previously he had been in the service of the prior of 
Exsysham and a*t Christmas day before the said Margery's birth when he 
had received his robe from the said prior, with his permission he went 
to his own house at Stanfordham, and it is 15 years since he left the 
prior's service. 



EDWARD I. 39 



Adam de Tuysterygg, aged 43, agrees, and remembers because at 
the feast of the Purification next after the said birth as he rode to the 
market of Newcastle upon Tyne his horse stumbled (cespitavit) upon a 
small stone on the road, and he fell and broke his right leg (tibiam), 
15 years ago. 

Richard de Bab3Tigton, aged 38, agrees, and remembers because 
Christiana his daughter was bom on the feast of St. Vincent next before 
the birth of the said Margery, and was baptized on the day after the 
said Margery was baptized, 15 years ago. 

Nicholas de Dalton, aged 39, says the like, and remembers because on 
the feast of St. Agatha next after the said birth two thieves were taken 
at Corebrygg and hung on the morrow, and on the same day it was an- 
noimced to him that his brother Robert had died at York, at which he 
greatly grieved, and 15 years have elapsed since then. 

C.Edw.I. File 103, (13.) 

59. John de Upton. 

Writ, 30 May, 29 Edw. I. 
Salop. Inq. made at Brug' on Saturday after All Saints, 29 Edw. I (defective). 
Meduleye. 4:0a. arable, la. meadow, and 2 virgates of land, held of him 
in villenage (names of tenants given), and 2 nooks of land lying fallow, 
held of the heir of Philip Bumel, a minor and in the king's wardship, 
by service of doing suit at the court of [*Holgod] every three weeks 
for all services. 

John his son, aged 16 at the feast of St. Peter ad Vincula last, is his 
next heir. 

Salop. Inq. 24 May, 30 Edw. I. 

Upton. A messuage &c. a moiety of a water-miU, 2 carucates of land, 
each containing 40a., 10a. wood, la. meadow, 60s. assised rent from 
9 villeins holding 9 virgates of land, and 12d. pleas &c. of court, held 
of Richard earl of Arundel, now deceased, by service of ^ knight's 
fee. 

The said John died half a year before the death of the said earl, 
who seized aU his lands &c. into his hands, and dowered Isabel late 
the wife of the said John of a third part, and the wardship of two 
parts is in the hand of Alesia the said earl's daughter by his gift. 

Heir as above. 

C. Edw. I. File 103. (14.) 

60. Henry de RoimNGE. 

Writ, 2 June, 29 Edw. I. 
Norfolk. Inq. Wednesday before St. Andrew, 30 Edw. I. 

Brethenham. A capital messuage, 80a. arable, certain pieces of meadow, 
6a. heath, a Hberty of fold, 6s. 5d. assised rent of free tenants, 
14s. Td. assised rent of customers, 14 hens, works, pleas &c. held 
of the king, as of the earldom of Albemarle, now in the king's hand, 

* So given in the Calendar printed in 1806, but now illegible. 



40 INQUISITIONS, 



by service of | knight's fee ; and 100a. arable held of WiUiam de 
Harcham by service of 12d. yearly. 
He held no other lands this side Trent. 
Alexander his son, aged 22 on the day of St. Margaret last^ is his 
next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 103. (16.) 

61. John db Dajstethorp alias de Daiithorp. 

Writ, 12 Nov. 29 Edw. I. 
CxJMBBRLAND. Inq. made at Carlisle on Friday after St. Gregory the Pope, 
30 Edw. I. 
Alneburgh. A capital messuage, containing within the close l|a. land, 
124a. arable, 21a. land called ' forlandes,' 14 J bovates of land 
demised to farm to divers tenants, a toft and 1 bovate of land which 
were of John Raven, 13|a. meadow, 6 cottars holding 21a. arable 
at the will of the lord, herbage in a place called Alnebank, a brew- 
house custom worth \^\d. yearly, a water-miU, a fishery in the Alne 
by the miU, and 15 works in the time of reaping, held of Sir Thomas 
de Lucy by cornage, and by service of 5s. yearly. 

William, son of Alice his elder sister, aged 28 and an idiot, and Joan, 
daughter of Mageria his younger sister, aged 22, are his next heirs. 

[York.] Inq. made at Hedon, 8 March, 30 Edw. I. 

Danthorp. Seven bovates and two parts of a bovate of land, a moiety 
of a close, containing 2a., tofts called Abby toft and Dundragh croft, 
a toft and a bovate of land held by Walter Stute a villein, and 
lands &c. held by other tenants (names given), held of the king in 
chief, as of the honour of Albemarle, by service of J^ knight's fee ; 
a capital messuage containing 4a., a moiety of a close called 
Milnecroft, 8 bovates of land, and a toft and 2a. land held by William 
the smith Qaber), held of the provost of Beverley, rendering 10s. 
yearly ; and a toft called Mikelcroft, containing 4^a., held of John 
de Melsa, rendering 10s. yearly. 

WiUiam son of AUce his sister, aged 28, and Joan daughter of Margery 
another sister, aged 21 and more, are his next heirs. 

Partition made between the above heirs, of the abovesaid lands in 
Ahieburgh and Danthorp (fuU extents given with field names and 
names of tenants) {undated and defective). Calendared at length in 
Col. of Close Rolls, 1302-1307, pp. 92-98. 

C.Edw.I. File 103. (16.) 

62. Eleanor the wife oe Bertram de Cribl. 

Writ, 13 Nov. 29 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq. made at Wy, 18 Jan. 30 Edw. I. 

Estwell. The manor (extent given) held in dower of the king in chief 
by service of 2 knights' fees ; and Eleanor late the wife of John de 
Criel was enfeoffed of the manor by Walter de Sturton to hold for 
his life, and entered therein by fine levied in the king's court by his 
licence. 



EDWARD I. 41 



After the death of the said Eleanor late the wife of John de Criel, the 
next heir is Bertram brother of the said John, aged 30 years. 

G. Edw. I. File 103. (17.) 

63. Ralph db Wbdon. 

Writ, 17 Nov. 29 Edw. I. 
BtrcKiNGHAM, Inq. 15 March, 30 Edw. I. 

Masseworth. A carucate of land (extent given), including a capital 
messuage, pleas &c. held of the king in chief, as of the honour of 
WahngSord now ifi the king's hand, by service of \ knight's fee 
and doing suit at the king's court of Wahngfford every month. 

Wedone. A carucate of land (extent given), including a capital messuage, 
held of the king in chief, as of the honour of Berchamst(ed) now in 
the king's hand, for J knight's fee, of the Uttle fee, and doing suit at 
his court of Berchamst(ed) every three weeks. 

Aumundesham. A carucate of land (extent given), including a capital 
messuage, of the king in chief as of the said honour of Berchamst(ed) 
for ^ knight's fee, of the little fee, doing suit at the said court of 
Berchamst(ed) every three weeks. 

Chessham. 80a. arable, 3a. meadow, and 5s. rent of free tenants, held 
of the earl of Oxford, rendering him 20s. yearly. 
He held no other lands &c. 

Ralph his son, aged 24 and more, is his next heir. 

G.Edw.I. Fileiaz. (18.) 

64. RicHAED DB Harden. 

Writ of certiorari, 18 April, 29 Edw. I. 
Wilts. Inq. made at Merleberge, 12 June, 29 Edw. I. 

Hardene. \\a. land and the baihwick of the forestry of Savemak, which 
is called the ' Broyl of Bedewynde,' held of the king in chief by 
service of 8s. yearly at the castle of Merleberg. 

He held no other lands in the baihwick on the day he died. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 6. (2.) 

65. WnjJAM DB Kbndalb. 



to the " escheator to enquire when the said WiUiam died, whose 
daughter and heir Ahce is a minor and ought to be in the king's 
wardship, and who have since occupied the moiety of the manor of 
Derleye in the Peak, which, by inquisition now made before the 
barons of the exchequer, it is found that he held of the king in 
chief &c. 6 Feb. 29 Edw. I. 
Deeby. Inq. 24 Feb. 29 Edw. I. 

Derleye. Two parts of a moiety of the manor (extent given with names_ 
of tenants) held of the king as of the honour of the castle of the 
Peak, rendering 10s. 3d. yearly ; and a third part of the said 
moiety (extent given with names of tenants), is held in dower by 
Amice de Murydene who was dowered long before the said WiUiam 
had anything there. 



42 iNQUisrrioNs. 



He died on Thursday after St. Agatha 23 Edw. I, and Nicholaa his 
wife held the said tenements after his death until Friday after 
St. Peter in Cathedra, 24 Edw. I, when the sub-escheator of co, Derby 
took the same into the king's hand and held the same until Monday after 
St. Matthias following, when they were deUvered to Ahce daughter and 
heir of William de Kendale by writ ; and then the said tenements came 
to the hands of Ralph Sperwater and the said Nicholaa, who held the 
same until the feast of St. Andrew, 26 Edw. I ; and then they were held 
by Thomas de Peverwiche by the demise of Ralph Sperwater and 
Nicholaa his wife, who held the same until Friday after St. Valentine, 
29 Edw. I, when the sub-escheator took them into the king's hand who 
held them for 8 days, when they were delivered to Ralph Coterel by writ. 

Memorandum, that on 24 Feb. 29 Edw. I, Ralph Coterel received of the 
sub-escheator two parts of the manor (sic) (extent given) of Derleye 
which were of William de Kendale, by the king's writ by reason of 
the minority of Alice daughter of the said William, which tenements 
are held of the king of the honour of the castle of the Peak 
rendering 10s. ^d. yearly. 

E.Inq.p.m. File 6. (4.) 

66. Thomas le Abcheb. 

Writ to be returned before the barons of the exchequer at York, 16 Mav, 
29 Edw. I. 
Deeby. Inq. made at Tydeswelle on Sunday after SS. Peter and Paul. 
29 Edw. I. 
Hokelowe. A capital messuage, 3 bovates of land, a plot of land called 
' le Boruis,' and a lead mine, held of the king in chief by service of 
keeping the king's forest of Campana in the Peak {de Pecco de Campana) 
in person. He held no other tenements. 

E.Inq.p.m. File 6. (5.) 

67. Juliana de Weokeshale. 

Writ, 16 September, 29 Edw. I. 
Beeks. Inq. made at Bryth Walton, 8 June, 30 Edw. I. 

Estbury. She held nothing of the king in chief in her demesne as of 
fee on the day she died, but Wenthlian, late the wife of John Tany, 
held in Estbury in dower of the inheritance of the said Juhana the 
tenements underwritten, as one dowered at the church door, in the 
lifetime of the said Juliana ; which tenements are held of the king 
in chief for J knight's fee ; viz.— a messuage &c. a moiety of a 
water-mill, 50a. arable, several pasture, la. wood, 36s. 8d. rents from 
free tenants, and 5s. 6d. rents of customers, (extent given with names 
of tenants). 

Joan de Seme, Rose (Boysia) de Brokenesbergh, Anastasia and Margaret 
her daughters, are her next heirs ; whereof Rose died 4 years ago and 
more, leaving John de Brokesbergh her son and heir, aged 22, and each 
of the said Joan, Anastasia and Margaret is at least 40. After this 
inquisition was made the said Anastasia, the wife of John de Haddon 
died in Somerset and Henry her son, aged 18, is her next heir. ' 



KDWAUD I. 43 



Northampton. Iriq. taken at Northampton on Friday after St 

(fragment). 

E. Inq. 'p.m. File 6. (6,) 

68. Richard son and heir of John db Bachesworth, an idiot. 

Writ of certiorari to the escheator to enquire whether the said heir is an 
idiot or not &c. to be returned before the barons of the exchequer 
at York, 16 Nov. 29 Edw. I. by p.s. 
Cambridge. Inq. Saturday after Christmas day, 30 Edw. I. 

HaseUngfeld. Richard, heir of the said John, is an idiot, and. there 
pertain to him there 52a. arable, 4|a. meadow, a several pasture, 
31s. assised rent of free tenants, 3 customers holding 3 cottages and 
20a. land, held of the king in chief by \ knight's fee and suit at the 
county (court) of Cambridge every month. 

Sibyl de Bachesworth, his mother, is dowered of a third part of 
all the above. No advowson of a church pertains to the said lands &c. 
The executors of the earl of Cornwall now hold two parts of the 
above, which the late escheator deUvered to the earl, at what time 
is unknown to the jury. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 6. (7.) 

69. John Paternoster. 

Writ, 15 May, 30 Edw. I. 
Berks. Inq. made at Abyndon, 15 June, 30 Edw. I. 

Esthenreth. 16a. arable held of the king in chief by service of 
saying daily for the king and the souls of his progenitors the Lord's 
prayer with the salutation of the Blessed Mary. 

Richard his brother, aged 24 and more, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File lOi. (1.) 

70. Robert son of Thomas Bustard, of Bustardthorp. 

Writ, 28 July, 30 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. made at York on Sunday after the Assumption, 30 Edw. T. 
Bischopthorp. Two carucates of land held of the king in chief by service 

of 4 marks, which he paid yearly to the sheriff of York. 
Middelthorp. Four bovates of land held of the abbot of Whyteby by 

service of 20s. yearly. 
Bustardthorp. The manor and a carucate of land there held of Philip le 

Lardyner by service of 7s. yearly. 

John his son, aged 18 on the day of St. Wlfrid in the winter last, is 



his next heir. 



71. Stephen de Elmedon. 



C. Edw. I. File 104. (2.) 



Writ, 12 March, 30 Edw. T. 
Stafford. Inq. made at Stafford, 24 April, 30 Edw. I. 

Huntindon. A messuage, 18a. arable, Ifa. meadow, and 265. lO^d. yearly 
rent (names of tenants given) held of the king in chief by the 
serjeanty of keeping the king's hay of Teddesley. 



44 INQUISITIONS. 



Pilatonhale. A messuage and 80a. land held of Walter de Elmedon by 
service of rendering 2s. yearly. 
He held no other lands in the bailiwick. 

William his son, aged 28 at the feast of St. Michael last, is his 
next heir. 

G.Edw.I. File 104.. (3.) 

72. Hbwry del Rodbs alias de Eddys. 

Writ, 25 June, 30 Edw. I. 
Derby. Inq. Saturday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 30 Edw. I. 

Cesterfeld, Wodehowse and Leys. 73s. 4d. assised rents (extent given 
with names of tenants) held of the king in chief by knight's service, 
quantity unknown because they were assigned to one of the heirs 
of William de Bruer in augmentation of his pourparty. 
He held no other tenements in the county. 

Hugh de Rodes, his brother, aged 40, is his next heir. 

G.Edw.I. File 104:. (4.) 

73. John de CoaaESHALE. 

Writ, 16 June, 30 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. taken at Wyham, 10 Jime, 30 Edw. I. 

Rewenhale. A capital messuage, 70a. arable, 3a. meadow, and 7s. assised 
rent yearly, held of the king in chief, as of the honour of Boulogne, 
by the serjeanty of finding a moiety of the costs of a horseman in 
the king's war for forty days in England and suit at every other 
court of the honour at Wyham ; and 4s. 4d. yearly ought to be 
paid to divers lords. 

He held no other lands &c. this side Trent. 

John his son, aged 12 on the feast of St. James next, is his 
next heir. 

G.Edw.I. File lOi. (5.) 

74. Thomas de Lanum. 

Writ, 15 Sept. 30 Edw. I. 
Nottingham. Inq. 12 Nov. 30 Edw. I. 

Tylne. 13s. 4:d. rent held of the king in chief by service of a sore sparrow- 
hawk to be rendered at the king's exchequer. 

Hayton. A toft, 7a. arable, la. meadow, and 6s. 4d. rent, held of the 
archbishop of York by service of rendering to him 6s. 2d. yearly, 
and to the church of Clauerburgh 4s. 

Carleton by Trent. A toft, 27a. land, 6a. meadow, and 7s. rent, held of 
Gwychard de Sharon, rendermg 14s. yearly, of Thomas Malet 
rendering 10s. M. yearly, and of Alan de Tryngeston rendering 12d. 
yearly. 

Roger his son, aged 60 and more, is his next heir. 

G.Edw.I. File 104:. (6.) 



EDWARD I. 45 



75. BoBEBT i,E Fattconee alias le Fatjkenbr, le Faukonyb. 

Writ, 4 July, 30 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq., made at Herst, 24 July, 30 Edw. I. 

Faukenersherst. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by 
grand serjeanty, viz. — ^keeping a falcon for a certain time at the 
king's costs ; but he did not die seised thereof, for long before his 
death he demised the same to Stephen atte Dane for life. 

John his son, aged 28, is his next heir, 

Sussex. Inq. made at Schorham, 27 July, 30 Edw. I. 

Wodeton. A tenement called Wodeton, viz. — a capital messuage, 26a, 
arable, la. meadow and a several pasture, pertaining to the manor 
of Hurst, CO. Kent, which is held of the king in chief by the serjeanty 
of keeping a laimer falcon from the feast of St. Michael to the 
Purification at the king's costs. 
Muchelgrove. A carucate of land (extent given), including a capital 
messuage, held of Sir WUliam le Brewose by service of | knight's fee 
and doing suit of court every three weeks. 

Heir as above, aged 30. 

C. Edw. I. File 104. (7.) 

76. Master Walter de Marwabdyn. 

Writ [*13 July, 30 Edw. I] (missing). 
[Hebeeobd.] Inq. made at Herford, 6 Oct. 30 Edw. I. 

Marwardsm. 6a. land held of the king in chief by service of 6d. yearly 
at the king's exchequer. 

(Unspecified.) A messuage, 20a. land and la. meadow, held of Roger 
de Mortuomari by socage [socomoneriam) by service of 2s. ; 2a. land 
and la. meadow held of Richard le Bret by knight's service ; 
6a. arable held of Walter de Brumfeld by knight's service ; 5a. land 
held of Andrew son of Ivo by knight's service ; and 2a. arable held 
of John de Marwardyn by knight's service. 

Walter son of John de Marwardjni, his kinsman, aged 16 at the feast 
of St. Denis, 30 Edw. I, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 104. (8.) 

77. Bbian son of Alan. 

Writ (undated fragment). 
Lincoln. Inq. made at Beqer, 11 Aug. 30 Edw. I. 

Byker. A capital messuage &c. a water-miU, 62a. arable, 30a. meadow, 
20a. marsh, free tenants rendering 4:1. Is. yearly, bondmen rendering 
4:1. 12Jd. yearly, cottars rendering lis. 3d., 3 salterns, and 
pleas &c. of court, held of the heir of John, duke of Brittany and 
earl of Richemimd, whose lands &c. are in the king's hand by the 
said duke's death, by service of | knight's fee and rendering 5s. lOd. 
yearly for the guard of the castle of Richemund. 
He held no other lands in the bailiwick. 

* See Palendar of Fine Bolls, p. 456. 



46 INQUISITIONS. 



His daughters, Maud aged 8, and Katherine aged 6, are his next heirs 
He dowered Maud his wife at the church door when he married her of 
all the lands &c. aforesaid with others in other counties. 

C.Edw.I. File 104. (9.) 

78. John Wacelyn alias Wasselyw, an idiot. 

Writ concerning the said John, deceased, the wardship of whose lands &c. 

the king granted to Margaret de Peneoestre, 15 May, 30 Edw. I. 
Southampton. Inq. Thursday before St. Barnabas, 30 Edw. I. 

(Unspecified.) A messuage &c. 300a. arable, 8a. meadow, a mill worth 

60s. yearly whereof the bishop of Winchester receives 58s., 13s. 9d. 

rent of free tenants, 36s. rent of customers, works &o. held of the 

prior &c. of Winchester in chief in free socage, rendering 33s. 8d. 

yearly. 
Nicholaa and Maud daughters of Nicholas Wasselyn, aged 40, are his 
next heirs. 

Sussex. Inq. 27 June, 30 Edw, I. 

Iwhurst. The manor (fuU extent given), including 60a. arable in a 
field called Oxenebrigg, held of the count of Brittany in chief by 
service of 1^ knight's fee. 
His sisters, Nicholaa the wife of Henry de Sardene and Maud reUct of 
John de Parrok, aged 30 and more, are his next heirs. 

C. Edw. I. File 104. (10.) 

79. FxjLK DE Eycote alias de Euycote. 

Writ, 22 Jan. 30 Edw. I. 
Oxford. Inq. made at Great Hasele, 11 Feb. 30 Edw. I. 

Ruycote. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants) held of 
the king in chief, as of the honour of WaUyngefford, by service of a 
knight's fee. He held nothing of others. 

Fulk his son, aged 7^, is his next heir. 

OxFOED. Assignment of dower to Margaret late the wife of the said Pulk, 
reciting the king's writ to the escheator, dated 23 Feb. 30 Edw. I, 
made 21 March, 30 Edw. I. 
Ruycote. Two granges and a cart-house within the Barton &c. 
(boundaries given), a third part of 6a. pasture and of the issues of a 
windmill, lands, rents &c. (extent given with names of tenants). 
[Exemplification?] dated at Westminster, 16 May, 31 Edw. I. 

C.Edw.I. File 104. (11.) 

80. RiOHAED atte Westhalle alias atte Westalle of Amootes. 

Writ, 15 Aug. 30 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. taken at Amcotes, 19 Sept. 30 Edw. I. 

Gerlethorp. A messuage, 2 bovates of land, a third part of the ferry 
over the Trent at Marsdik, and 41. 8s. yearly rent (extent given with 
names of tenants), held of the heir of Roger Moubrei [alias de 
Moubray], a minor and in the king's wardship, rendering to the said 



EDWARD I. 47 



heir Is. yearly, to Nicholas Prophet 20qr. corn or U. yearly, to 
William de Eiedenesse 6s. yearly", and to Nicholas Allot and Alice 
Astin 2s. yearly. 

Eichard his son, aged 17 at the feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Mary 
last, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 104:. (12.) 

81. Hugh de Laval alias de la Vale. 

Writ, 25 June, 30 Edw. I. 
Noethxjmberland. Inq. made at Ponteland on Saturday before St, Margaret, 
30 Edw. I. 

Stiford, Hedoim on the Wall and Angyrton. A fourth part of the 
manors held of the king in chief of the inheritance of Maud some- 
time his wife, by the courtesy of England, by service of a fourth part 
of 4 knights' fees. 

Neuton. A foi^th part of the town held of the heirs of Bailiol, of the 
honour of By well, in free marriage without any service. 

Dodyngton. A fourth part of the manor held, of the barony of Alnewyck 
which the bishop of Durham now holds, by service of J knight's fee. 

John de Langcastre, son and heir of Philippa sister of the said Maud, 
aged 30 and more, is her next heir. 

Writ of plenius certiorari to the escheator, on the petition of the abovesaid 
John de Lancastre for livery of certain lands &c. in Holand, 
Stansted, Esthammes and Westhammes, co. Essex, and Thyngden, 
CO. Northampton, which the said Hugh, who held them of the king 
in chief by the courtesy of England of the inheritance of the said 
Maud, demised to Robert BurneU sometime bishop of Bath and Wells 
and his heirs, for the hfe of the said Hugh, rendering him 40?. yearly ; 
and the said bishop, and afterwards Philip BurneU his heir until his 
death, held the same, when they were taken into the king's hand 
during the said Hugh's lifetime, by reason of the minority of the 
said PhiHp's heir, 8 July, 30 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. made at Stratford on Thursday the eve of St. Margaret, 
30 Edw. I. 
Holand, Stansted Esthammes and Westhammes. Certain lands were 
held by the said Hugh of the king in chief by the courtesy of England 
of the inheritance of Maud sometime his wife, by service of an eighth 
part of the barony of Muntfichet ; and he demised the same to 
Robert BurneU sometime bishop of Bath and WeUs and his heirs, to 
hold for the life of the said Hugh, but what the said bishop ought 
to do or render is unknown to the jury. 

John de Lancastre, kinsman of the said Maud, aged 30 and more, is 
her next heir. 

Northampton. Inq. Friday after St. James, 30 Edw. I. 

Thingdon. The said Hugh held certain lands of the king in chief by the 
courtesy of England as abovesaid, service anknown, because they 
were at one time of the king's ancient demesne ; and after the death of 
Maud his wife he demised the same for his own life to the abovesaid 
Robert Burnel, viz. — a capital messuage not built, 37a, arable, 



48 INQUISITIONS. 



4jo. meadow, pasture, 95. rent of free tenants, 6 virgates of land 
in villenage, his pourparty of the market, mill and fishery, for the 
whole town is divided into 8 parts, and pleas &o. of court. 

Heir as last above, 

C.Edw.I. File 104. (13.) 

82. Walter de Tebverbyn and Andrew de SoLENiirY. 

Writ of flenius certiorari concerning the value of the lands &c. of the said 
Walter which are in the king's hand by reason of the minority of his 
heir, 23 May, 30 Edw. I. 

Writ of diem clausit extremum concerning the lands &c. of the said Andrew, 
16 June, 30 Edw. I. 
CoEiirwALL. Inq. Eriday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 30 Edw. I. 

Faweton. The manor was held by the said Andrew of Richard sometime 
earl of Cornwall in chief by service of J5 knight's fee ; which earl's 
fees came to the king's hands by the death of Edmund late earl of 
Cornwall. The said Andrew died vnthout lawful heir of his body, 
and the said tenements reverted to one Geoffrey de Sulenny, as (his) 
uncle and heir, who held them of the said earl by the same service, and 
the said Geoffrey dying without lawful heir of his body, the same 
descended to his two sisters as one heir, viz. — Iseult and Emma. From 
Iseult the elder her pourparty descended to Emma her daughter and 
heir, from her to Hugh her son and heir, from him to Walter de Tre- 
verbyn his son and heir, and from him to Hugh his son and heir, who 
is aged 9 years and not married, nor has the wardship been sold by 
the said earl or his executors. The said Walter died about the feast of 
St. John the Baptist seven years ago ; his pourparty in Faweton is 
worth SI. yearly, and the lands &c. held of divers other lords in Tre- 
verbjTi, Tregenedwyth, and Tregenniur, are worth 201. yearly. From 
Emma the younger sister issued one Oliver de Campo Arnulphi her 
son and heir, from him one Joan his daughter and heir, from her 
Ralph her son and heir, and from him one John de Welynton, who 
now holds his pourparty and is of full age and married. 

C.Edw.I. FilelOi. (14.) 

83. Richard Brutun alias Brttton, Breton. 

Writ, 3 April, 30 Edw. I. 
Southampton. Inq. made at Farham on Wednesday the feast of St. James, 
30 Edw. I. 

Chark. Six virgates of land held of Richard de Bello Campo by socage, 
rendering to him 10s. yearly. The said Richard's ancestors held 
the same of one John de Gisors, a Norman, rendering him 50s. yearly, 
who was never seised of the same in demesne but only of the 508, 
rent, whereof he assigned 40s. to the priory of Hamele in frank almoin, 
and 10s. the residue, fell to king John as escheat by the exile of John 
de Gisors. The said king was never seised of the lands but only of 
the said 10s. for all service ; and he assigned the same to one Oliver 
de Bello Campo and his heirs for an exchange in part of 100s. of 
land and rent in Tychefeld and Chark, for the manor of Muleburne, 
CO, Derby, without any reservation ; which lands and rent Richard 



EDWARD I. 49 



de Bello Campb holds of the king by the said exchange. The said 
6 virgates are in the hands of customers whose rent and works are 
worth 54s. 6d. yearly, whereof 50s. are paid as abovesaid. 
Lee. A capital messuage &c. 8a. inclosed wood, iOa. arable, 2a, meadow, 
pasture and 12s. 85. rent of free tenants, held of Iseult la Bran, as 
of the honour of lElichemonde which is now in her hand, by service of 
^ knight's fee. 

William his son, aged 6 at Christmas day last, is his next heir. 

Southampton. Inq. Tuesday the feast of SS. Philip and James, 30 Edw. I. 
Mapuldrham manor. A messuage &c. 38a. arable, 2a. meadow, and 
lis. 8d. rent from 3 free tenants (names given) and a customer, held 
of the earl of Gloucester and Hertford by service J knight's fee ; and 
a mill and 10a. land held of Maud de Ponte and her heirs by socage. 

Heir as above. 

Sussex. Inq. made at Cycestre on Saturday after the Ascension, 30 Edw. I. 
Westlovente. A capital messuage &c. 103a. land by the lesser hundred, 
2a. meadow, and 7 cottars rendering 14s. 6d. yearly, held of the 
archbishop of Canterbury by service of J knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 6 years. 

C.Edw.I. File 104:. (15.) 

84. Hubert IiA VEniE alias la Vbtllb. 

Writ, 1 May, 30 Edw. I. 
Dorset. Inq. made at Stormenistre Mareschal, 7 June, 30 Edw. I. 

Corf Molyn. 27a. meadow in demesne, whereof the bondmen ought to 
carry the hay and then have 18d. for drink, pasture, heath and rents 
(extent given with names of free and other tenants), the whole worth 
61. 5s. (yearly), whereof lOd. ought to be paid yearly to the warden 
of the hospital of St. Nicholas, Salisbury, held of the king in chief, 
as of the honour of Cammel now in the king's hand, by service of 
I knight's fee. 

He died on Thursday after St. Matthias in the year abovesaid. Peter, 
son and heir of John la VeyUe, son and heir of the said Hubert, aged 23 and 
more, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I, File lOi. (16.) 

85. John Boqes. 

Writ, 17 Feb. 30 Edw. I. 
Surrey. Inq. made at Lambhuth on Wednesday after St. Gregory the 
Pope, 30 Edw I. 
Bedinton. The manor (extent given) held of tiie king in chief by grand 
serjeanty, viz. — ^rendering a crossbow (balistam), price 12d. yearly, at 
the king's exchequer. 

The manor is the king's pure escheat because the said John died 
without heir, as the jurors understand. He held no other lands in 
the bailiwick, 

O.Edw,I. File 104. (17.) 

P 



50 iNQxnsrrioNS. 



86> Gbofpeby Uppehdxle. 

Writ, 6 June, 30 Edw. I. 
Devon. Inq. 4 July, 30 Edw. I. 

La Hulle. A messuage &c. 30a. arable, 2a. meadow, 10a. waste and 
3 cottars, held of the Mng in chief by the courtesy of England, of the 
inheritance of Maisanta sometime his wife, by serjeanty of making 
summonses, attachments, distraints, and other things pertaining to 
the bedelry of the king's hundred of Buddelegh. 
David Uppehulle, son of the said Maisanta, aged 40 and more, is her 
next heir. 

C.Sdw.I. File 104:. (18.) 

87. Isabel de Mobf. 

Writ, 28 Jan. 30 Edw. I. 
Salop. Inq. 18 April, 30 Edw. I. 

Alvitheley. A messuage &c. 30a. arable, 2a. meadow, and 195. Id. rent 
of free tenants and 4s. lOd. rent of bondmen (named), including 
tenements in Oleaker held by Simon de Alvitheley, held of the 
king in chief by service of J knight's fee. 

Henry de Morf, her son, aged 45, is her next heir. 

G.Edw.I. File 104:. (19.) 

88. [*WiLLiAM DE Vbym [alias le Vetm], deest. 

[■fWrit, 5 July* 30 Edw. I.] 
Somerset. Aston town. A hide and 2 virgates of land and | ferdell'.] 

89. John de Cogan. 

Writ, 26 April, 30 Edw. I. 
Devon. Inq. 6 May, 30 Edw. I. 

Baunton and Ufcolum. The manors (extents given), including tolls of 
the fairs at Baunton on Thursday in Whitsun week and St. Luke's 
day, and at Ufcolum on the feast of SS. Peter and Paul, held, together 
with the manor of Hunspille, co. Somerset, of the king in chief by 
barony, doing service of a knight's fee. 

Thomas his son, aged 26 and more, is his next heir. 

Somerset. Inq. 4 May, 30 Edw. I. 

Honespull. The manor (extent given with names of free tenants), 
including a fair (feria) on the feast of SS. Peter and Paul, held as 
member of the barony of Bampton which is in his band. 
Heir as above. 

C. Edw. I. File 104. (20.) 

90. Richard earl of Aeundell. 

Writ, 15 Jan. 30 Edw. I. 
Sussex. Inq. 19 March, 30 Edw. I. 

ArimdeU. The castle and borough (fuU extent given), with the manors, 
hamlets, divers himdreds &c. pertaining to the honour of ArundeU, 

* So given in the Calendar printed in 1806, and still missing, 
■f See Calendar of Fine Rolls, p. 456. 



EDWARD I. 61 



held of the king in chief by service of a fourth part of an earldom ; — 
including a fishery with a weir in the river (alta ripa) by Arundel, 
a park with deer, a park with deer at Estdene with a manor enclosed, 
6 woods with deer in the free chace, viz. — the woods of ' la Ruele,' 
Selerchs, Wanegrave, Alfredeholte, Dunlye, and Westholte, in the 
borough 94 holding burgages, 38 shops (selde), ferries at Rustyngtone 
and Hamptone, a market every week for two days, with fairs at the 
feasts of St. Nicholas and the Invention of the Holy Cross, pleas 
of the court and of the cbace, hundreds called Palyng, Avesford, 
Rutherebrigge, Esewrithe, Eseburne, Boxe, and Stokbrigge and 
the half hundred of Bury ; in which hundreds the bishop of Cycestre, 
the abbot of Feskampe, the master of the hospital of St. John, Palinge, 
and Sir John de Sancto Johanne, have the amercements of their 
own men, and the bishop of Durham, Sir Henry de Percy, Sir Henry 
Tregoz, Sir Alan la Suche, Sir Henry Husee, the prior of Boxgrove, 
Sir Walter de Insula, and Sir WiUiam de Alta Ripa have the amerce- 
ments of .their men concerning the assise of bread and ale ; and 
Henry de Guldeford holds for life by the said earl's demise the manors 
of Essedene, Churletone, Sengeltone, Westdene and Northstok, with 
the half hundred of Sengeltone. And there are due in wages yearly 
to the porter keeping the castle in fee 455. Gd. viz. lO^d. a week, and 
to a head forester of fee 75s. 10c?., viz. — 17Jrf. a week. 
Edmund his son, aged 16, is his next heir, 

[Sussex. Inq.] {undated and mutilated.) 

[Burne?] The manor (full extent given), including 10a. meadow, a 

park with deer, a wood in the free chace with deer, a market every 

week, and rents and services of tenants, 19 tenants holding stalls 

(seldas) in the market ait the lord's will, and 65. 5|d. rent in Cycestre. 

Heir as above. 

Sussex. Inq. 11 March, 30 Edw. I. 

Dunhurst. A capital messuage, 50a. fallow land, 6a. meadow, and a park 

with deer. 
Palyngham. A capital messuage, 120a. arable, 20a. meadow, 4 woods, 
one called Blakebrok, rents and works of tenants, and perquisites of 
court. 
All held as members of the honour of ArundeJ. 
Heir as above. 

[♦Sussex. Burne. The manor (extent given). 

Stansted. A messuage pertaining to the said manor.] 

Salop. Inq. 18 May, 30 Edw. I. 

Oswalbestre. The castle with lands &c. (fuU extent given with names 
of burgesses &c.j including four watermiUs, to wit, the mill ' de Braseo,' 
and the mills of Weston, Cotton and Cadugan, 251. 17s. lid. from 
viUeins in ' Walescheria,' customs called ' Treth camdion' and ' Treth 
morcu,' rents and ' Treth camdion ' and ' Treth morcu ' in the towns of 
Yfton, Welli Cadugan, Ryn, and Morton, from Wely Moylgogh of 

Weston Ryn, and from the towns of Weston, Wigenton, Bronagard, 

* So given in the Calendai printed in 1806, but not now to be foupd in the documents ; but 
fee th^' mutilated inquisition above, 



52 INQUISITIONS. 



Lontudemon (?), Meresbury, Lanhmordu (?), Crukin (?), Brin, Swyney, 
Treferclau, Tiefonnen, Bledewelle Vaur, Bledewell Vaghan, the two 
Lenhokys, Sutton, Randiri Kneyris, TrefprenhoU, and Weston, from 
Welired of Cottun, and in Middelton and Cotton ; and the rent called 
'Trfeth kamdion ' is payable every other year at the feast of St. 
Andrew ; aU held of the king in chief by service of 2 J knights' fees. 

Heir as above, aged 18 at the feast of SS. Philip and James last. 

Salop. Inq. 19 May, 30 Bdw. I. 

Schirewordyn. The castle with lands &c. (extent given with names of 
tenants), including rents in Nesse, Ednesdon, Forton and Moneford, 
within the manor, lands and rent at Upton which is a member of 
Oswaldestre, and Wroccestre which is a member of Upton, and 
rent from the abbot of lalleshuU for the mill pond of Tir . . . . ; all 
held of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee. 

Heir a,p last above. 

Memorandum. Philip son of Roger de Stanwardin. Richard Hord (?) 
renders 8s. for the land he holds in Stanvardin in Heuode, and it is 
a member of Scevardin ; and a seUon at Lopinto which lies fallow. 

Salop. Inq. 21 May, 30 Edw. I. 

Acton Rounde a member of Oswaldestre. A messuage, 40a. arable, 
la. meadow, 20a. wood, 30s. 6d. rent of free tenants (named), 
4:1. 17s. 8d. rent of bondmen and cottars (named), and pleas &c. of court. 
Heir as last above. 

Salop. Inq. 3 June, 30 Edw. I. 

Clone. The castle and manor (fuU extent given with names of tenants), 
including rents of burgesses, rents in the hamlets of Aston, Hope 
Say, and Berley, rents in Qunton, Kempeton, Acton, and Doimher- 
berd, and in the hamlets of Aderdeley and Bikedon, Hodicote and 
Newcastle, and from certain Welshmen dwelUng in Temsete a custom 
called ' Treth camdion ' payable every second year ; aU held of the 
king in chief by service of 2| knights' fees. 
Heir as last above. 

Salop. Inq. made at Cloune, 4 June, 30 Edw. I. 

Alkamston. A capital messuage &c. 40a. arable, 2a. meadow, 2a. wood, 
a water-mill, 4s. Id. rent of free tenants (named), 25s. from villeins and 
pleas &c. of court, held of Walter de Hopton by service of a pair of 
gilt spurs yearly. 

Heir as last above. 
Wn,TS. Inq. 30 June, 30 Edw. I. 

Kyvele. The manor (extent given with names of tenants) including 
1 knight's fee in Paulesholte held by John de Paulesholte, owing 
relief scutage and suit every three weeks, 1 knight's fee similarly 
held by Nicholas Bordon (?), ^ knight's fee similarly held by William 
Musard, ^ (?) knight's fee similarly held by John de euschvch 
1 knights fee held by John Kaynel, 1 knight's fee in Badmynton 
wmilarly held by Thomas Boteler, and 1 knight's fee in Actone 
Torborvile, co. Gloucester, held by Richard de la Rivere ; held of 



EDWARD I. 53 



the king in chief by service of 1 knight guarding the castle of Devises 
in time of war, and for the said service he gave 20s. yearly at the 
said castle. 

Heir as last above. 

Warwick. Inq. made at Sutham, 25 June, 30 Edw. I. 

Fleckenho. 23 messuages and 20 virgates of land in viUenage (full 
extent given with names of tenants), which one Rose {Boesia) de 
Verdon gave to John son of Alan, earl of Arundell, with Maud her 
daughter in free marriage, tenure unspecified. He held nothing of 
the king in the county. 

Heir as above, aged 17 on the day of St. Thomas the Apostle, 
30 Edw. I. 

Norfolk. Inq. Saturday before the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 
30 Edw. I. 
Milham and Beston. A capital messuage in Milham, 234a. arable, 
4a. meadow, 4a. pasture, herbage and underwood in the park, 
2 windmills, a water-mill, 38Z. 13s. &d. rents of free tenants, and 
pleas &c., held of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 16 and more. 

Oxford. Inq. 22 Jime, 30 Edw. I. 

Chupyngnorton. The manor (full extent given with names and services 
of tenants, two cottars of whom ought to guard prisoners taken in the 
manor, by day and not by night), including meadow and pasture in 
the Grove, Chalkputte and Theookkeshampine (?), 71a. meadow in the 
Heme mede of Chupyngnorton and in the fields of Overenorton, a 
pasture called Prenesdone (?), the pasture of Boysrolle (?).... 
Eulevenacre, toU of the market with stallage, and a. 'graseurthe* 
yearly from every carucate from some of the free tenants ; held of 
the king in chief by service of a knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 17. 

Writ (of certiorari) to the escheator, on the complaint of John de Sibeton, 
that whereas he acquired 100s. of land in Acton la Rounde of Richard 
son of Alan, late earl of Arundel, three years before the earl's death, 
the escheator after the earl's death took the same into the king's hand 
and delivered it to Amadeus, count of Savoy, with other lands &c. of 
the said earl, which came to the king's hand by reason of the minority 
of his heir, and which the king caused to be deUvered to the said count 
until the lawful age of the heir, 29 May, 32 Edw. I. 
Salop. Inq. Friday after St. Bartholomew, 32 Edw. I. 

Acton Rounde. Richard fiz Aleyn, sometime earl of Arundell, demised 
to the said John 100s. rent in the town for Ufe, to be received from 
certain tenants (named) ; and because that rent was held of 
the king in chief by knight's service, and alienated without his 
licence, the subescheator by the king's command seized the same, with 
other his lands, into the king's hand after the earl's death, and 
Richard de Harley, steward of the count of Savoy, seized the same, 
without the king's demise, to the count's use, and stiU detains it. 



54 INQUISITIONS. 



Writ to Richard de Harle, keeper of the lands &c. of the said count in 
Salop, to the same effect, 29 May, 32 Edw. I. 
Salop. Return to the chancellor from the said Richard (undated). 

Acton la Rounde. The said John received in the manor of the gift of 
the said earl for three years before his death 100s. yearly rent for his 
Ufe. Since the manor came to the hands of his lord, the writer has 
received the said 100s. 

C.Edw.I. File 104c. (21.) 

91. William de Kebkeby. 

Writ, 15 Aug. 30 Edw. I. 
Leycbster. Inq. 17 Sept. 30 Edw. I. 

Medbume. 47s. 2fd. yearly rent (names of tenants given), and 6s. 8d. 
pleas &c. held of the king in chief by service of ^ knight's fee ; 
a manor there (extent given with names of tenants), held of Thomas 
de Chaworth by service of J knight's fee ; and 26a. land in demesne 
in a place called ' le Rudde ' of the fee of Ralph de Nevile, service 
unspecified. 

Blacheston. 88a. arable held of Ralph de Nevile, rendering nothing. 

Le Holt. The manor (extent given), including a dovecote by the chapel 
and another by the grange, and cultures called Wambeleye and 
Gorewong, held of Sarra, one of the heirs of John de Bumeby, 
rendering ^d. at Easter. 

Prestgrave. A messuage and | virgate of arable land, held of John del 
Holt by homage and suit every three weeks, rendering lOd. (yearly) ; 
also a cottage and 2s. rent. 

Drayton. A culture called 'le Holt Wong,' containing 10a. arable,' and a 
virgate of land rendering lib. cummin to the heirs of Brinynghurst, and 
there are there 2a. meadow, and 34s. 4d. rents of free tenants (named). 

Brinynghurst. A messuage &c. and 38a. arable held of the abbot of 
Peterborough by service of ^ knight's fee, and there are 4a. land 
there in Brinynghurst Brende, 2a. land in Brinynghurst Stubbyng 
towards Bradeleye, 8a. meadow, and 5a. wood. 

His sisters, Maud, Mabel, Alice, and Margaret, are his next heirs, and 
of full age. 

Leicester. Inq. made at Melton, 19 Sept. 30 Edw. I. 

Kirkeby. [The manor, viz. — ] a messuage, 2| virgates of land in demesne, 
and rents (extent given with names of tenants), held in chief of 
John le Wasteneys by service of J knight's fee, including (?), a messuage 
acquired of WilUam son of Laurence rendering 6s., a several pasture 
called Wasteneys croft with Calvescroft, and 4|a. meadow ; a 
messuage &c. 2| virgates of land in demesne, and rents (names' of 
tenants given), held of Amaury (Almarico) de Sancto Amando by 
service of J knight's fee ; and 100s. Bd. rent from William le Beler, 
of the fee of John de Deivile, 4a. meadow, pleas &c. ; and he owed 
suit at the king's hundred of Framelond every three weeks. 

His sisters, Margaret, AHce, Maud and Mabel, are his next heirs and 
of full age. 

And he enfeoffed Henry de Dosevile, his heirs or assigns for ever 
of 100s. yearly rent from the aforesaid manor of Eirkeby ; William 



EDWARD I. 55 



Inge of 100s. yearly rent for life to be received of William le Beler ; 
and Nicholas de Dose vile of 405. for life to be received from the 
manor of Kirkeby. 

Cambridge. Inq. 11 Sept. 30 Edw. I. 

Orewell. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), held 
of Sir Alan la Souch by service of a knight's fee. Margaret late 
the wife of John de Camoys is dowered of a third part of the manor 
by the death of John her husband ; and Matania late the wife of John 
de Cobenham holds the manor for life by the demise of Sir William 
de Kirkeby, rendering to him and his heirs 301. yearly. 

Heirs as last above, Margaret aged 50, Alice aged 48, Maud aged 46, 
and Mabel aged 44 and more. 

Lincoln. Inq. taken at Vaudey (vallem dei), 10 Sept. 30 Edw. I. 

North Wyme. The manor held of John de Hasting by service of 
^ knight's fee ; which manor long before his death he gave to John 
de Houby for hfe, rendering 201. yearly, so that he held nothing 
there but the said 201. rent on the day he died. 

His sisters, Margaret de Hotthorp, Maud de Houby, Alice Prilly and 
Mabel Grymbaud, are his next heirs and of full age. 

Middlesex. Inq. made at Stone Cross (Crucem lapid') on Monday after 
St. Michael, 30 Edw. I. 

Holeburn without the bar. A messuage and 6a. land held of Richard 
de Gloucester by suit every three weeks, and rendering 3s. 2d. yearly ; 
a house held of Juliana de Gayton, rendering 4d. yearly ; la. land 
held of John de Wheting, rendering 12d. yearly ; 52a. arable and 
6a. meadow held of the dean and chapter of St. Paul's, London, 
rendering 6s. 6d. yearly, and there are there a messuage, 59a. arable, 
and 6a. meadow ; and a garden, 4a. of vineyards and 3a. arable, held 
for the life of Mabel late the wife of WiUiam Grymbald, with reversion 
to Re^nald de Morteyn and Isabel his wife, and to WilUam Tuchet, 
or the heirs of the said Isabel and WilUam. 

West Twj^ord. A messuage and 100a. arable, 19s. O^d. rent of freemen, 
whereof 15s. yearly are rendered to the said dean and chapter, and 
32- works, at the lord's food, in the autumn. 

Buckingham. Inq. 18 Sept. 30 Edw. I. 

Stok by Aylesbury. The manor held of the bishop of Lincoln by service 
of 2 knight's fees ; of which manor a moiety is of the inheritance of 
Cristina his wife, and the other moiety was sometime in the seisin 
of Sir John de Kyrkeby, sometime bishop of Ely, who thereof enfeoffed 
the said William and Cristina his wife for their lives. 

Lotegarshale manor. 161. yearly rent by the warranty of Sir William de 
Luda sometime bishop of Ely, who warranted to the said William in 
the king's court against Mabel late the wife of William Grimbaud 
for a third part of the manors of Houtone and Branfeld, co. 
Northampton, which she sought in dower against the said WilHam. 
His sisters, Margaret the wife of Walter Dosevill [alias Dosewile], 

Maud late the wife of Gilbert de Houby, Mabel late the wife of WiUiam 

Grjmbaud, and Alice the wife of Peter Prylly [alias PriUi], are his next 

heirs and of full age. 



56 rNQUlSITIONS. 



Bedford. Inq. 23 Sept. 30 Edw. I. 

Chalvesteme. The manor (extent given), whereof the capital messuage 
&c. 100a. arable and 8a. meadow, held of Sir William de Ros by 
service of ^ knight's fee, and the residue held of divers lords 
rendering 3s. %d. yearly. 

Heirs as last above. 

Bidenham. 5s. rent from a messuage and a virgate of land, which are 
held in viUenage. 

Kent. Inq. 12 Oct. 30 Edw. I. 

Stoutynge. The manor with the hamlet of Stanford (extent given) held 
jointly with Cristina his wife, by the gift and enfeoffment of Robert de 
Langeton, chaplain, to hold to them and the heirs and assigns of the 
same Cristina of the lords of the fee, viz. — of Sir Robert archbishop 
of Canterbury by service of a knight's fee, doing suit at his court 
at Canterbury every three weeks. 

Margaret Dosevill, Maud Houby, Mabel Grymbald, and Alice Pirly, 
are his next heirs, but can claim nothing in these tenements on account 
of the nature of the enfeoffment. 

Stoutyiig. The hundred, which is of the inheritance of Cristina his 
wife, held of the king at fee farm, rendering 20s. yearly to the sheriff 
of Kent. 

Kent. Inq. taken at Hehteham, 14 Oct. 30 Edw. I. 

Hegheham. A moiety of the manor (extent given) held, of the inheritance 

of Cristina his wife, of Sir Nicholas de Cryel by service of I knight's 

fee. 
Stanstede. A moiety of the manor (extent given) similarly held of Robert 

archbishop of Canterbury by service of 18s. 6jd., doing suit at the 

archbishop's court of Wrotham every three weeks. 

Heirs as last above, but they are not heirs of the said Cristina. 

Hbrtpobd. Inq. Thursday the eve of St. Matthew, 30 Edw. I. 

Munden Fumivall. The manor with the advowson of the church (extent 
given), including a park containing 40a. wood, rents of fr«e and 
customary tenants at the feast of St. Martin called ' Scorfe,' and 
the customary tenants owe 44 ' afferagia ' to Hertford or Ware with 
\qr. of com, on four Saturdays between the feast of St. John the 
Baptist and the Gule of August, and a messuage and 15a. land at 
Wodecroft of the said WUliam's acquisition which is not extended 
because it is charged with 12grr. com for the life of Richard de 
Wodecroft, held of Lora late the wife of John de Ulvesflete, daughter 
and heir of Gerard de Fumivall by service of J knight's fee, and a 
pair of gilt spurs, price %d. 

He died seised of the above on Thursday the eve of St. Laurence in 
the year aforesaid, and the residue of the manor is in the hands of 
Mathania late the wife of John de Cobham for life. 

Heirs as above under Buckingham ; Margaret his eldest sister, Alice the 
second, Maud the third, and Mabel the fourth. 



EBWARD 1. 57 



Northampton. Inq. 15 Sept. 30 Edw. I. 

Cotherstok. The manor (extent given), including a free fishery, held of 
the abbot of Peterborough in chief by service of 25. IQ^d. to the said 
abbot and his successors for the guard of the castle of Rokyngham. 

His sisters, Margaret the wife of Walter de Osevile [alias de Dosevile] 
Alice the wife of Peter Prilli [of Oueresby], Maud de Houby, and Mabel 
Grymbaud, aged 30 and more, are his next heirs. 

NoETHAMPTON. Juq. made at Little Acle, 14 Sept. 30 Edw. I. 

Carleton. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief as of the 
honour of Berkhamstede by knight's service and doing suit at the 
court of Berkhamstede every three weeks. 

Heirs as last above, with the variations there given within brackets. 

Northampton. Inq. made at Little Ocle, 14 Sept. 30 Edw. I. 

Little Acle. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), including 
40a. arable of assart towards Stanerne which render to the king 
1 Is. l\d. yearly by the hands of the sheriff, held of the king in chief 
by service of | knight's fee, and doing suit at the hundred of Corby 
every three weeks, and rendering \ mark (yearly) to the vicar of the 
church of Brikestok for the advowson of the church of Little Ocle. 

Great Neuton. 345. Zd. assised rent from 3 messuages and 2 virgates of 
land, 19s. 9rf. rent from 2 messuages and If virgate of land in 
vilenage, and 15s. rent from a cottar, held of William Passelewe in 
chief service unknown. 

Craneford. 2s. lOd. rent from a virgate of land in vilenage held of 
Theobald de Verdon in chief, service unknown ; and certain tene- 
ments there are held in dower by Beatrice, late the wife of Henry de 
Hakelington, of >he said William's inheritance. 

Heirs as last above. 

Northampton. Inq. 22 Sept. 30 Edw. I. 

Little Hoghton. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), 
including a wood in the chace of Yerdeleye, a free fishery, a 
dike (fossatum) called Oaunberleynesdik held by the abbot of St. 
James's rendering 2s. 6d. yearly, and 5a. land in Great Hoghton held 
by John de Pydyngton and Geoffrey Sench, rendering 6d. yearly ; 
which manor one William Grymbaud sometime held of John de 
Hastyngges by service of | knight's fee and doing suit at the court of 
Barton every month, and he sold the same to one William de Luda, 
who sold it to Sir John de Kyrkeby then bishop of Ely, after whose 
death his right and inheritance descended to William de Kyrkeby 
his brother, who demised the manor to Henry Spigurnel for life 
rendering to him and his heirs 201. yearly ; and afterwards came 
Mabel late the wife of the said William Grymbaud and sought her 
dower of the said manor against the said Heiu:y, who called the said 
William de Kyrkeby to warrant, and he warranted and released 
the said 20Z. to the said Henry, with agreement that the said Henry 
should satisfy the said Mabel for her dower. 

Heirs as last above. 

Extent or summary of the above lands &c. which were the said William's. 



58 INQUISITIONS. 



Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 17(?) Oct. 30 Edw. I. 
Leicester. Extent made at Holte by Medbume on Wednesday before 
St. Ambrose, 31 Edw. I. 

Holte. A messuage, 10 virgates of land, and 205. yearly rent, held by 
John le Conquest and Alice his wife, Robert Heryerd and Margery 
his wife, and Adam de Tulesworth and Sarra his wife, of the 
inheritance of the said Alice, Margery and Sarra, by service of 
J knight's fee. 

Blastone. A messuage, 16 virgates of land, 1 mark yearly rent and a 
windmiU, held by Ralph de Nevyle by service of | knight's fee. 

BiUesdone. A messuage, 8 virgates of land, and 20s. yearly rent, held by 
Geoffrey de Skeftyngton by service of J knight's fee ; a messuage, 
10 virgates of land, and 505. yearly rent,- held by John Child by 
service of \ knight's fee ; and a messuage, 8J virgates of land, and 
16s. 6d. yearly rent, held by John de Diggeby by service of 
\ knight's fee. 

Haluton. A messuage, 18 virgates of land, 100s. yearly rent, 4s. issues 
of a wood, and perquisites of the market with court, held by Joan 
late the wife of John de Engaine [alias Engayne] by service of 
\ knight's fee. 

Rolleston. 24 virgates of land and a windmill held by WiUiam de 
Beauchamp by service | knight's fee. 

Gouteby. A messuage and 12 virgates of land held by William Saustone 
[alias de Sauston] by service of J knight's fee. 

Medburne. The advowson of the church. 

Bradel(e). The advowson of the priory. 

Kirkeby. The advowson of the church. 

Bedford. Inq. 3 Ides of April, 31 Edw. I. 
Bidenham. The advowson of the church. 

Hertford. Extent, Monday the eve of St. Edmund the Kong, 30 Edw. I. 
Mvmden Pumival. The advowson of the church. 
Rounhay. The advowson of the priory. 

Middlesex. Extent made at Stone Cross (Crucem Lapiddam) on Wednesday 
after St. Hilary, 31 Edw. I. 
West Twyford. The advowson of the church. 

[Northampton.] Inq. made at Carleton on Tuesday after the Epiphany, 

31 Edw. I. 
Gildesboruh. 1 knight's fee held by William de Nonacourt of the manor of 

Aklee. 
Kauntebregge. | knight's fee similarly held by the prioress of 

St. Radegund. 
Piriho. The advowson of the priory. 
Karlton, Aklee and Coderestoke [alias Cotherstoke]. The advowsons 

of the churches. 

Cambridge. Inq. taken at Orewell, 27 March, 31 Edw. I. 

Tadelawe. lOZ. land held by Sir Fulk son of Warin of the manor of 

Orewell, by service of 1 knight's fee. 
Geldenmorde alias Geldenmordon. lOOs. land similarly held by Robert 

Hereward by service of | knight's fee ; and lOOs. land similarly held 

by William Pichard by service of | knight's fee. 



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Orewell. The advowson of the church of St. Andrew. Matania de 
Cobenham holds for life the said manor with the said advowson and 
knights' fees by the demise of William de Edrkeby. 

Extent or summary of the above knights' fees and advowsons, with the 
variations there given within square brackets. 

Writ of dedimus potestatem to Stephen Rabaz to receive the attorneys of 
Walter Dosevill and Margaret his wife, one of the heirs of William 
de Kirkeby, for receiving in the chancery her pourparty of the said 
William's knights' fees and advowsons, 15 April, 31 Edw. I. 

Writ of scire facias to the sheriff of Northampton, to warn Peter de Prilly 
and Alice his wife, Maud de Hoby and Mabel Grymbaud, the other 
heirs, to be present in the chancery on the morrow of St. John the 
Baptist next, the day given to Walter de Dosevill and Margaret his 
wife, the other heir of the said William, to receive their pourparties 
of the said fees and advowsons, 16 May, 31 Edw. I. 

Pourparty of Maud de Houby of the abovesaid knights' fees and 

advowsons, viz. — 

Leicester. BiUesdon. I knight's fee which Geoffrey de Skeftinton holds ; 

J knight's fee which John Child holds ; and I knight's fee which 

John de Diggeby holds, 

Haluton. ^ knight's fee which Joan late the wife of John Engaine 

holds. 
RoUeston. J knight's fee which William de Beauchamp holds, 
Gouteby. J knight's fee which WiUiam de Sauston holds. 
NOETHAMPTON. Piriho. The advowson of the priory. 

Coderstok and Kirkeby. The advowsons of the chiurches. 
Middlesex. Tuyford. The advowson of the church. 

G.Edw.I. File 105. (1.) 

92. John Trenchaed. 

Writ, 30 May, 30 Edw. I. 
Southampton [Isle of Wight]. Inq. Tuesday after the Ascension, 

30 Edw. I. 
Schaldeflute. A messuage &c. 2 virgates of land containing 60a. arable, 

pasture in the park and marsh, la. meadow, 455. rents of free tenants, 

12s. rents of cottagers, 28s. rents of customers, and works worth 

295. 2d. 
ChesteUe. A messuage &c. 8 virgates of land, pasture on the hills, and 

la. meadow. 
Watyngwelle. A messuage &c. 3a. wood, 76a. arable, pasture on the 

hill, 4a. meadow, and fines and perquisites of court. 

All held of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee. 

Henry his son, aged 17 on the day of St. Giles last, is his next heir. 

SuEEEY. Inq. 6 June, 30 Edw. I. 

Purifright. The manor (extent given), including a moor, held of the 
earl of Gloucester by service of a knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 18. 



60 INQUISITIONS. 



Writ, 30 May, 30 Edw. I. 

Southampton ; Isle of Wight. Inq. made at Schaldeflete, 16 July, 30 Edw. I. 

Schaldeflete. The manor with its members the hamlets of ChesteUe a,nd 

Watyngewelle (full extents given with names of tenants), including 

2 fisheries, held of the king in chief, as of the honour of the castle of 

Carsbrouk now in the king's hand, by service of 1| knight's fee. 

Heir as last above. 

Surrey. Inq. 10 July, 30 Edw. I. 

Purifrith alias Perefri3t. The manor (fuU extent given with names of 
tenants) held of the earl of Gloucester and Hertford by service of 
a knight's fee. 

Heir as last above. 

C. Edw. I. File 105. (2.) 



93. ■ William de Fyenes alias de Fenes, de Fybnll(es). 

Writ, 5 July, 30 Edw. I. 
Surrey. Irtq. made at Suthwerk on Monday after St. Matthias, 30 Edw. I. 
Clopham. The said WilHam sometime held the^ manor, and 20 marks 
yearly rent from the manor of Kersalton, of which manor he enfeoflEed 
William Aumbezas and Joan his wife and the heirs of their bodies 
at fee farm for the said 20 marks, to be rendered to him his heirs 
or assigns yearly ; which manors he held of the earl of Hereford 
(Ertford) and Essex by service of doing two suits at his courts yearly, 
viz. — one at Ertford and one at Blaunchapeltone in London, 
wherewith the tenants of the aforesaid manors are charged. And he 
enfeoflEed Thomas Romeyn, citizen of London, and Juliana his wife, 
and the heirs of the said Thomas, of the manor of Clopham to hold 
of the chief lords by the services due. And long before his death 
he enfeoffed William de Medeburne .... and his heirs of the 
and 20 marks rent, whereof he has been in seisin of 10 marks by the 
hands of William de Aumbezas, knight, for one term before this 
inquisition was taken. 

John his son, aged 25 and more, is his next heir. 

Buckingham. Itiq. 17 Sept. 30 Edw. I. 

Wendovere. The manor (full extent given), including two fishponds, 
tenants holding burgages and rendering 121. 13s. 4d. yearly, and a 
market, held of the kmg in chief by service of a knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 24 and more. 

Somerset. Inq. 20 Aug. 30 Edw. I. 

Mertok. The manor (fuU extent given with names of free tenants), 
including a market, a fair on the day of St. Laurence, and a custom 
called ' Scotmust,' held of the king in chief by service of a 
knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 21 and more. 

C.Edw.I. Fih 105. (3.) 



EDWARD I. 61 



94. William, bishop of Bath anb Wells. 

Writ, 5 July, 30 Edw. I. 
Somerset. Inq. 22 Aug. 30 Edw. I. 

Overe Were. The manor (extent given) was acquired by the said William 
to him and his heirs of Robert de Gornay to hold of the chief lords 
of the fee, viz. — of John Apadam, of the inheritance of Elizabeth his 
wife, by service of | knight's fee, rendering 6 barbed arrows yearly ; 
and the said William made John de Hampton his attorney to put 
Anthony de Bradene, his clerk, in seisin of the manor on Saturday 
after the Ascension in the year abovesaid before the hour of prime 
Qioram prime din), at which hour John rector of the church of Bren 
took seisin in the name of the said Anthony, took the fealty of cer- 
tain tenants, and received \d. from the customers as recognition. 
Then came John de Arderne, as baiHff of Sir John Apadam and 
took seisin in his name, but the said Anthony's attorney continued 
his seisin until the morrow of the Sunday following before the 
hour of prime when the men of the said John ejected the said 
Anthony's attorney, who raised hue (and cry) ; and the said John 
obtained seisin until Friday after St. Barnabas, when the 
said Anthony ejected him, and continued in seisin until Tuesday 
following, when the subescheator took the manor into the king's 
hand. 

Heir or his age, unknown. 

G. Edw. I. File 105. (4.) 

96> William de Botreatts alias de Botereaus, the elder. 

Writ, 24 May, 30 Edw. I. 
Devon. Inq. 4 June, 30 Edw. I. 

Mollonde. The manor (extent given) held of Edmund de Mortemer by 
service of a knight's fee. 

William his son, aged 27 and more, is his next heir. 

Cornwall. Inq. 8 June, 30 Edw. I. 

Warthavala. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by 

service of 12 knights' fees of Mortain. 
Penheyl. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief, together 

with the manor of Crackampton, by service of | knight's fee of 

Mortain. 
Crackampton. The manor (extent given). 
Botylet. The manor (extent given) held of Maud de Hywyhs by service 

of 7 knights' fees of Mortain. 

Heir as above. 

C. Edw. I. File 105. (5.) 

96. John de Sancto Johanne. 

Writ, 12 Oct. 30 Edw. I. 
Sussex. Inq. Saturday the eve of SS. Simon and Jude, 30 Edw. I. 

Halnak'. The manor (extent given), including a pasture called MoUe- 
gombe, held of Sir Robert de Mohaut b^ service of 4 knights' feeg. 



62 INQUISITIONS. 



Walberton. The manor (extent given) held as member of the manor of 

Habiak'. 
Bemham. The manor (extent given) similarly held. 
Wodecote. The manor (extent given) similarly held. 

John his son, aged 28, is his next heir. 

SoTJTHAMPTON. Inq. 7 kalends of Nov. 30 Edw. I. 

Shyrebome. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), including 
a fishpond {mvariurn) with pasture around the same, and woods called 
Prevet and Margarstone, held of the king in chief by barony doiag 
the service of J knight's fee. 
Heir as above, aged 30. 

Southampton. Inq. 13 kalends of Nov. 30 Edw. I. 

Basinges. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), including 
100a. land called Benetfeld, a mill rendering SOs. yearly at the 
king's manor of Basingestoke, 30a. pastiu-e called ' le Mershe ' render- 
ing 20s. yearly at the manor of Basingestoke, 6a. arable in Iwude 
rendering 3s. 4d. yearly at the same manor, pasture and wood in the 
park, another wood called Shortehasel, and 50a. land in Iwude 
rendering 22s. yearly at the manor aforesaid : all held as member 
of the barony of Shyreborne. 

Heir as last above. 

SoUTHAMPTGN. Inq. 10 kalends of Nov. 30 Edw. I. 

Chauton. The manor (extent given with names of tenants; held of 
the king in chief by service of | knight's fee, and there are due at 
the chapel of St. Laurence within the court for ever 52s. by the 
assignment and gift of Sir Robert de Sancto Johanne for celebrating 
divine service there for the souls of himself and his ancestors. 

Heir as last above. 

Kent. Inq. 22 Oct. 30 Edw. I. 

Earde. The manor (extent given), including 40a. of Broklese and 2a. of 
brush (briisketti), held of Sir Robert, archbishop of Canterbtiry, by 
service of 2 knights' fees, doing suit at his court of Otteforde every 
three weeks. 

Heir as first above. 

C.Edw.I. File 105. (6.) 

97. Matthew de Loveyii alias de Lovayn, db Lttveyn. 

Writ, 24 May, 30 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. 20 June, 30 Edw. I. 

Eystan ad Turrim. The manor (fuU extent given with names of tenants), 
including 2 parks containing 230a. wood, 60a. arable of the fee of 
Maundevil which are held of the heirs of John Gissors, rendering 
6s. 8d. yearly at the manor of Neuton, a carucate of land in Wikes 
held by Hugh le Despenser for | knight's fee, rendering 10s. yearly, as 
much in Swinnlonde held by John Weylond rendering as much, 
4 carucates of land in Bromlegh and Godmaneston held by Robert 
de Godmanneston for 4 knights' fees, rendering U., 2 carucates of land 



EDWARD I. 63 



in Little Cestreford held by Thomas le Bret for 2 knights' fees, 
rendering 405., 1 carucate of land in Berneston held by Edmund le 
Berners for J knight's fee, rendering 5s. yearly, and 205. for a knight's 
fee from the free tenants of BiUdeston, 7 molmen, and a custom 
called ' Vodderpenes ' ; held of the king in chief of the honour of the 
castle of Wyndlesor for a knight's fee by service of doing 101. yearly 
for the guard of the said castle. 

Thomas his son, aged 12 [at the feast of the Nativity] of St. John the 
Baptist, 30 Edw. I, is his next heir. 

Suffolk. Inq. 23 June, 30 Edw. I. 

Bildeston. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants) held of 
the king in chief of the honour of the castle of Wyndlesor for a 
knight's fee and by service 20s. yearly at the said castle for the 
guard of the castle. 

Heir as above. 

Suffolk. Inq. 7 June, 30 Edw. I. 

Drenchestone. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants) 
held of the bishop of Ely for 2 knights' fees and by service of U. yearly 
at the exchequer of Ely, and 125. lid. to Roger son of Osbert and 
John de Beaumond. 

Heir as above. 

Writ, 24 May, 30 Edw. I. 
YoEK ; WAPENTAKE OF Bttccrosse. Inq. taken at Malton on the eve of 
Whitsunday, 30 Edw. I. 
Norton. Thirteen bovates of land except 5a. (extent given with names 

of tenants), and a moiety of a water-mill. 
Sutton. Two and a half bovates of land (names of tenants given). 

All held of the heir of Roger de Moubray, a minor and in the 
king's wardship, by service of J knight's fee. 

Heir as above, age unknown because he was born in Essex. 

York. Inq. the day of St. William, archbishop of York, 30 Edw. I. 

Priton. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), 
including customs called ' Morlay,' held of John son and heir of 
Roger de Mowbray, now in the king's wardship, by service of 
I knight's fee. 
Heir as above, aged 12 at the feast of St. Margaret, 29 Edw. I. 

York. Inq. Thursday in Whitsun week, 30 Edw. I. 

Marton. The site of a messuage, 5 tofts and 18 bovates of land in 
demesne, 3r. pasture, and a free tenant holding 2 bovates of land 
and rendering 2s. yearly, held of the dean and chapter of the church 
of St. Peter, York, by homage and service of lib. pepper yearly, 
price 12d. 

Heir as above, aged 12. 

Extent or summary of the above manors and lands &c. 

Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 6 July, 30 Edw. I. 
Essex and Suffolk, ^yftent made at Eystan, 14 July, 30 Edw. I, 



64 INQUISITIONS. 



Essex. Wykes. J knight's fee held by Hugh le Despenser. 

Sttffolk. Weylond. J knight's fee held by John de Weylond. 

Essex and Dorset. Bromlegh and Godemanston. 4 knights' fees held by 

Robert de Godmanston. 
Essex. Little Cestreford. 1 knight's fee held by Thomas le Bret. 

Bemeston. J knight's fee held by Edmund de Bemers. 
Suffolk. Stowe market. J knight's fee held by Henry de Clulton. 
Essex. Eystan ad Turrim. The advowson of the church. 
Suffolk. Bildeston. The advowson of the church. 

Drencheston. The advowson of the church. 



C.Mw.I. File 105. (7.) 



98. William de Monte Caniso of Edwardeston. 



Writ to the escheator concerning the lands &c. held by the said WiUiam 
of the king in chief, by the courtesy of England, of the inheritance of 
Beatrice de Bello Campo sometime his wife, 14 May, .30 Edw. I. 

Bedford and Buckingham. Inq. made at Bedeford, 24 May, 30 Edw. I. 

Bedford. Dilewik. The manor (extent given), including a park with deer, 
a water-mill called Briggemelle, a custom called ' henshire,' and 
certain tenants at Bromham pertaining to the manor rendering 
52s, assised rent yearly. 
Kerdynton. A third part of the manor (extent given). 
Ronhale. A moiety of the manor (extent given). 

Buckingham. Linselade. 100s. yearly rent. 

All held, by the courtesj' of England, of the inheritance of Beatrice 
sometime his wife, by reason of offspring between them, of the king 
in chief for a third part of the barony of Bedeford by service of a 
knight's fee ; which Beatrice had previously been married to one 
Thomas son of Otho, who of her begat a son Otho, and a daughter 
Maud whom John de Boteturte lalias de Boutetourte] married. 
The said Beatrice died seised of the said tenements in fee during the 
hfe of Otho her son, and the tenements remained in the seisin of the 
said WiUiam to hold by the courtesy of England of the inheritance 
of the same Otho, to whom her right descended ; and through the 
said Otho who lately died, the said Maud his sister, aged 30, is next 
heir of the said Beatrice. 

Essex. Inq. made at Belchamp, 27 May, 30 Edw. I. 

Belchamp WUlam. The manor (extent given), including a custom called 
' cu^eld,' held, by the courtesy of England as abovesaid, of the earl 
of Oxford by service of ^ knight's fee. 

Heir as above. 

Worcester. Inq. Monday after St. Augustine the Apostle of the English, 
30 Edw. I. 
Sheldesleye Beauchamp. The manor (extent given) held, by the 
courtesy of England as abovesaid, of Robert de Thouny by service 
of J knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 20 and more. 



EDWARD I. 65 



Writ, 15 May, 30 Edw. I. 
Stjitolk. Inq. 26 Aug. 30 Edw. I. 

Edwardeston. He formerly held the manor of the king in chief, as of 
the honour of Eye then in the king's hand, by service of 12 knights' 
fees, which fees are assigned to the countess of Cornwall in dower, 
rendering also 20s. for the guard of the castle of Eye ; but he 
demised that manor long before his death to John le Boursier for 
Hfe, rendering 40Z. yearly to him and his heirs. 

Leleseye. He formerly held the manor of the earl of Gloucester by 
service of 6s. 8d. to be rendered yearly at the manor of Clare ; but 
long before his death he demised the same to Michael de Tipelond 
for hfe, rendering \0l. yearly to him and his heirs. 

He held no lands &c. in his demesne as of fee in the county on the 
day he died. 

William his son, aged 24 and more, is his next heir. 

Essex. Inq. made at Chelmeresford, 24 Aug. 30 Edw. I. 

Leyre del Haye. He formerly held the manor of John de Prowyk, as of 
the fee of Chiche Ridel then in the said John's hand, by service of 
\d. yearly ; but long before his death he demised the same to John le 
Boursier for hfe, rendering 20?. yearly to him and his heirs. 

Manhale. He formerly held the manor of the earl of Gloucester by service 
of I knight's fee ; but long before his death he demised the same 
• to John le Boursier for Hfe, rendering 20Z. yearly. 

WiUinghale. He formerly held the manor of the earl of Oxford by service 
of a knight's fee ; but long before his death he demised the same to 
Luke Morel for Hfe, rendering \U. yearly to him and his heirs. 

Piltone. He formerly held the manor of John de la Mare by service of 
2s. yearly ; but long before his death he demised the same to John 
Ad' at fee farm, rendering yearly to him and his heirs from the feast 
of St. Michael, 27 Edw. I until the end of the term of 6 years 
following 18 marks, and after that 40?. yearly. 

He held nothing in his demesne as of fee in the county on the 
day he died. 

Heir as last above. 

C.Edw.I. File 105. (8.) 

99. Robert de Stbedleye alias de Strbll[e]. 

Writ, 24 Jan. 30 Edw. I. 
NoTTmGHAM. Inq. 13 Feb. 30 Edw. I. 

Strell[e]. The manor with the advowson of the church (extent given, 
with names of free tenants), including a park, held of the king in 
chief, of the honour of Peverel, by service of a knight's fee. 

Chilewell. A windmiU, 17s. Id. rent of free tenants (named), and 
91. 10s. yearly rent from 10 customers holding 19 bovates of land in 
bondage ; whereof he held 16 bovates of Henry de Grey by homage 
and knight's service, and 3 bovates of the king of the honour aforesaid 
by the service abovesaid. 

Bilburgh. The manor with the advowson of the church (extent given), 
including a Httle park, held of the heirs of Walter de Ryboef for 

£! 



66 INQUISITIONS. 



J knight's fee, of the honour of Peverel; and there are rendered 
yearly to John de Brokelstowe 55. and to Hugh de Nevill 4s. 4c?. 
Robert his son, aged 23 at the feast of St. Matthias next, is his next heir. 

G. Edw. I. File 105. (9.) 

100. Amice db DBEiiBYB. 

Writ, 5 March, 30 Edw. I. 
Waewick. Inq. made at Athereston, 14 April, 30 Edw. I. 

Neuton Regis. Certain tenements worth 75s. U. yearly (extent given 
with names of tenants), held of the king in chief by service of 
•^ knight's fee. 
Poleye. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), held of Richard 
de HerthuU in chief by service of rendering 2s. on the day of 
St. James the Apostle. 
Richard de Herthull her Mnsman, aged 30 and more, is her next heir. 

Warwick. Ivq. made at Coventre» 16 April, 30 Edw. I. 

Bathekynton. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), held of 
the earl of Warwick by service of | knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 30. 

G.Edw.I, File 105. (10.) 

101. GODBBEY [GiBBARD], BISHOP OB WORCBSTBR. 

Writ, 28 Jan. 30 Edw. I. 
Glotjcestbr. Inq. 17 March, 30 Edw. I. 

Norton Subegge. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief 
by service of | knight's fee. 

Weston Subegge. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by 
service of a knight's fee ; except 6| virgates of land, whereof 
Nicholas de Camera holds 2J virgates, Geoffrey son of Hugh holds 
3 virgates, and Thomas Bishop holds 1 virgate, all of the king in 
chief by the demise of the said Godfrey ; and it renders to 
Elizabeth late the wife of Thomas de Camvile for her dower 40s. 
yearly for her life. 

John son of William Giffard, aged 32, is his next heir. 

Southampton. Inq. 23 March, 30 Edw. I. 

Ichull. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), including 5 
free tenants (named) and 30 customers in Iweshate, and 7 free tenants 
and 9 customers in Cove, held of the bishop of Winchester by ser- 
vice of a knight's fee. 

John, son of William Giffard his brother, aged 30, is his next heir. 

Wilts. Inq. made at Wylton, 20 March, 30 Edw. I. 

Boyton. The manor (extent given), including 10 customers each holding 
a virgate of land in Cortynton adjacent to the said manor, held of 
John Giffard, a minor and in the king's wardship, by service of 
I knight's fee. 

Heir as last above. 



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Worcester. Inq. made at Alviuecherch, 19 March, 30 Edw. I. 

WasthuU. A messuage, 50a. arable, 5a. meadow, and 6a. pasture, held 
of the bishopric of Worcester by service of 4s. and suit of court 
yearly ; and la. meadow held of Nicholas de Warwick by service of Qd. 
Heir as first above. 

Somerset. Iriq. 22 March, 30 Edw. I. 

Radene. The hamlet (extent given with names of tenants), including 
a rent of a, red aj^le, and lands &c. held by the abbot of Stanlegh, 
and the priors of ^radlegh and Langhelete in frank almoin, held of 
Sir Henry de Lancastre and Maud his wife by service of a knight's fee. 

John, son and heir of WiUiam Gyffard his brother, aged 21 and more, 
is his next heir. 

G.Edw.I. File 105. (11.) 

102. William db Hampton. 

Writ, 7 March, 30 Edw. I. 
Somerset. Inq. 1 May, 30 Edw. I. 

Herdecote. A capital messuage &c. and a virgate of land, viz. — - 
84a. arable, 12|a. meadow, and a pasture in common, held of the king 
in chief, as a free tenant of the manor of Herdecote by Somertone, 
by service of rendering Id. yearly, and to the church of Somertone 
\d. yearly called ' Peteres peny.' 

Somerset. Inq. 2 May, 30 Edw. I. 

Monekesham. The close &c. viz. — a capital messuage &c. a fishpond, 
112a. arable, 26a. meadow, 40a. wood, a several pasture and pasture 
in common, and a tenant holding at will a messuage and a close, 
and rendering 9s. yearly, were held by Edmund late earl of Cornwall 
in fee ; who afterwards enfeoffed Robert de Amory of the same to 
hold to him and his heirs for ever, rendering to the earl and his 
heirs lOOs. yearly and to Richard Bygod 4|d. yearly for a part of the 
said close, and afterwards gave the prior «fec. of Wjiiham the said 
lOOs. rent. Afterwards Richard son and heir of the said Robert 
enfeoffed William de Hamptone of the said close in fee, he rendering to 
the aforesaid prior &c. the said lOOs., to Richard Bygod and his heirs 
4|c?., and to the said Richard and his heirs a clove giUyfiower, yearly. 
He held no other lands &c. in the escheator's baihwick. 

He died without heir. 

G.Edw.I. File 106. (1.) 

1 03. William db Bieeld alias de Byeeld. 

Writ, 24 May, 30 Edw. I. 
Buckingham. Inq. Saturday after SS. Peter and Paul, 80 Edw. I. 

Olneye. A fourth part of the manor (extent given with some names of 
tenants), including a capital messuage, a fourth part of a market 
and of a fishery, and 14 (persons) holding burgages, held of the king 
in chief, by the courtesy of England of the inheritance of Maud some- 
time his wife ; which whole manor and divers other tenements, viz. — 
Barewe upon Sore, co, Leicester, and Tyue, co. Oxford, which are 



68 INQUISITIONS. 



members of the earldom of ArundeU, are held of the king in chief by 
service of a grand serjeanty. 
Henry, son of Henry de Erdington and the said Maud, aged 24 and more, 
is next heir of the same Maud. 

C.Edw.I. File 106. (2.) 

104. John de Hampstbdb, alias db Hamstbde. 

Writ, 15 Nov. 30 Edw. I. 
Wilts. Inq. made at Mere, 8 Jan. 31 Edw. I. 

[Mere ?] 15a. arable and 2a. meadow held of the king in chief in socage 
by service of 2s. and lib. pepper, price 8d. ; and a capital messuage 
&c. with a little meadow, 4 free tenants (named), and 6 cottars, 
held of John de Seles and Eustace de Borton, rendering to the said 
John a chaplet of roses, and to the said Eustace de Borthon a pair 
of gloves, yearly. 

He held no other lands. 
The said John was a bastard, nor had he any heir of his body. 

G.Edw.I. File 106. (3.) 

1 06. John de MuNeEtrs alias Moncbtts, db Mottnceafs. 

Writ, 6 July, 30 Edw. I. 
SotTTHAivCPTON. Inq. Thursday the eve of St. Bartholomew, 30 Edw. I. 
Compten alias Compton Monceus. 12a. meadow and a pasture, held 
of the manor of Burthon, which is in the king's hand by reason of 
the idiocy of the heir of William Walraund, rendering 13s. 4d. yearly 
rent at the said manor ; and a messuage, and 8 virgates of land 
(extent given with names of tenants), held of Thomas de Warblynton 
by service of a knight's fee. 
John his son, aged 23, is his next heir. 

Sussex. Inq. 12 Aug. 30 Edw. I. 

Esthurst. The manor (full extent given), including arable land ia 'la 
Merslond,' held of the count of Brittany by service of 2\ knights' fees. 
Heir as above. 

C. Edw. I. File 106. (4.) 

106. Robert son of Henry de Derlbyb. 

Writ, 22 Nov. 30 Edw. I. 
Derby. Inq. taken at Derleye in the Peak on Wednesday the feast of 

St. Lucy, 30 Edw. I, commencing. 
Derleye. Two parts of a moiety of the manor (extent given with names 

of tenants) held of the honour of the castle of High Peak by service 

of 13s. 4d. 
Foston and Brocton. 22a. land in socage held of William le Herberjour 

by service of 2d. yearly. 
Asschebume. Foiu: burgages held in burgage of the rector of the church 

of Asschebume, service unspecified. 
CoUeye. Two parts of 2 bovates of land held in socage of the honour of 

Tuttebury by service of 2s. yearly. 
John his brother, aged 16, is his next heir. 



EDWARD I. 69 



Writ of plenius certiorari to the deputy of the treasurer and barons of the 
exchequer to enquire as well by the inspection of the rolls &c. of 
the exchequer as otherwise, whether or not the said Robert held of the 
king by knight's service, whereby the wardship of his lands ought to 
pertain to the king, 28 Jan. 30 Edw. I. Endorsed : That they could 
find nothing in the books or rolls of the exchequer to certify and 
therefore have caused inquisition to be made in the exchequer, the 
tenor whereof they send. And because it is found in this inquisition 
that the tenements in question are held of the king by the like ser- 
vices by which WiUiam de Kendale lately deceased held his lands in 
Derleye, they also send a transcript of the inquisition lately taken 
before them concerning the lands which were of the said William. 

Transcript from the records before the barons of the exchequer contained 
in the roll of Memoranda of the year 30. 
Derby. The sheriff was commanded to cause 12 jurors to come and 
certify the barons concerning the contents of the writ in three weeks 
from the day of the Purification, when they came not, wherefore 
the sheriff was commanded to distrain them to come in fiiteen days 
from Easter, when they came and said, that in the time of Eang 
Henry III, when the bailiwick of High Peak was in the hand of the 
present king, one Henry de Derleye died, who held that moiety of 
Derleye which was of Robert de Derleye now deceased, and had a 
son and heir Henry a minor, and the bailiff of the Peak took the 
said moiety with the body of the heir into the present king's hand ; 
and afterwards Robert de Derleye, who then dwelt with the said 
Sir Edward, sued to him so that he rendered to the said Robert the 
said land and heir, and had a bovate of land of the gift of the heir 
for his aid. The said Henry had a son and heir Henry called 
Le Clop, who was of full age when his father died in the reign of 
the present king, when the bailiff of the Peak seized the said land 
into the king's hand ; the said Henry Le Clop gave the baihff 
10 marks for his aid, who then restored the land to him. The same 
Henry had two sons, Robert and John, and died when they were 
under age ; and the baihff again seized into the king's hand the 
said land and the body of Robert the heir, and afterwards dehvered 
the same to Ranulph de Snyterton for 10 marks. Afterwards the 
said Robert son of Henry died, without heir of his body, and the 
said moiety descended to John his brother, and because he is under 
age the escheator seized the same into the king's hand and holds it. 
It is held of the king by service of rendering 1 mark yearly at the 
castle of the Peak, the same service as that by which the other 
moiety is held which is in the king's wardship by the minority of 
the heir of William de Kendale, except that that moiety renders 
2s. yearly more than this ; the wood, fishery and a mill in Derleye 
pertain as well to one heir as the other, undivided. 

From the records contained in the roll of Memoranda of the year 27. 
At the quinzaine of St. Hilary, 27 [Edw. I] was taken an inquisition 
before the barons concerning the lands &c. which WiUiam de Kendale 
held in Derleye, whereby it was found, that in the time of King 
Henry III, the baihwick of High Peak was for a time in the hand 
of WiUiam de Scropton then ""earl of Eerr[ars] (sic), but how the 
* There seems to be an omission here. 



70 INQUISITIONS. 



jurors know not ; at which time one Williani, son of Robert 
son of Nicholas de Derley, who held the said moiety of Derleye, 
died, Andrew his son and heir being under age ; and the said 
earl seized the same into his hand, and conferred the wardship, 
with the marriage of the said Andrew, on Thomas de Endesore 
then his steward of the said bailiwick ; which Thomas married 
the said Andrew to Amice his daughter who survives, and the 
said Andrew died, Hugh his son and heir being under age. After- 
wards King Henry by his baihff of the Peak seized the said land 
into his hand and conferred the wardship, with the marriage of the 
said Hugh, upon one Wilham de Grey for his good service ; who 
sold the same to one Richard de Launcecoumbe, parson of the church 
of Derleye, who married the said Hugh to JuMana daughter of Roger 
de Bucmynstre, of whom he begat a daughter Isabel, who was under 
age when he died ; whereupon the steward of the Peak under 
Edward, now king, then by the assignment of his father holding the 
baihwick of the Peak for his maintenance, seized the said land into 
the said Edward's hand and sold the wardship with the marriage 
of the said Isabel to Richard de Launcecombe, who sold them to 
Thomas de Gratton, who married his son Wilham to the same Isabel ; 
she died without heir of her body, and the land descended to Thomas 
de Kendale her kinsman and heir, and he gave the same to William 
de Kendale his son, father of Alice now a minor and in wardship. 
Wherefore it is judged that the king ought to have the wardship of 
the moiety late of WiUiam de Kendale, 

C. Edw. I. File 106. (5,) 

107. Alfeed (Albredus, Alvredus) de la Northgeavb. 

Writ, 18 Jan. 30 Edw. I. 
Hbeefoed. Inq. 24 Peb. 30 Edw. I. 

Tadynton. A manor (extent given with names of tenants) held of the 

king in chief by service of J knight's fee ; and 22a. arable held of 

Walter de la Barre by service of I3d. yearly. 
Bollynghope a member of Tadynton. A messuage, 30a. land, Ja. 

meadow, and 38s. 2ld. rent from 23 free tenants (named) held 

of the king in chief by the service abovesaid. 

John his son, aged 4 at the feast of St. Michael, 29 Edw. I, is his next 
heir. 

G. Edw. I. File 106. (6.) 

108. Waltee de MuNEMtTTH of Froremarton, alias de MoNEMtrTH. 

Writ, 14 Oct. 30 Edw. I. 
Hbeefoed. Iriq. made at Hereford, 26 Oct. 30 Edw. I. 

Maurdyn manor. 3a. land held of the king in chief by service of 
rendering 12d. yearly by the hands of the sheriff ; a messuage &o. 
and a carucate of land (extent given with names of tenants) held of 
Roger de Mortuo Mari by knight's service ; and 6a, meadow held of 
Walter de Barghope by service of a pair of gloves. 

La Fenne within the manor of Maurdyn. 60a. land, 3a. wood, and 
5 free tenants (named), held of Alan de Plokeneht by knight's 



EDWARD I. 71 



service ; and 21a. land held of Richard de Atfreton by service of 

9s. 3|d. yearly. 
Sotton. 40a. land held of the church of St. Ethelbert {Ethelbi), Hereford, 

by service of 26s. 8d. yearly. 
Lurteporte. A messuage &c. 100a. land, 10a. meadow, 4a. pasture, 5a, 

wood, 6Is. 8d. rent (names of tenants given), and pleas &c. of court, 

held of Hugh de Veer by knight's service. 

John his son, aged 13 at the feast of St. Edward the king last, is his 
next heir. 

Glottcester. Inq. Friday after All Saints, 30 Edw. I. 

Lechampton. A carucate of land, viz. — a messuage &c. 60a. land, 
2a. meadow, and 10s. rent, whereof Maud Le Straunge and John her 
son have free tenement for their Uves by the gift of the said Walter, 
held of the abbot of Fecamp by service of 40d. yearly rent. 

Heir as above. 

G. Edw, I. File 106. (7.) 

1 09. Thomas de HAirviiiL alias de Havile. 

Writ, 2 April, 30 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. made at Kirkeby, 12 April, 30 Edw. I. 

Hacunby. The manor (extent given), including a boat in the marsh 
demised to farm for carrying turf, held of the king in chief by service 
of the grand serjeanty of keeping a falcon called ' Gerfauk ' at the 
king's charges, and rendering 12d. yearly to the sheriff. 

Thomas his son, aged 21 and more, is his next heir. 

Lincoln. Inq. taken at Boston, 14 April, 30 Edw. I. 

Skirbek. A toll worth 4 marks in the river {aqua) which extends towards 
Boston, held of the king in chief by the serjeanty abovesaid. 

Heir as above. 

Buckingham. Inq. Sunday after St. Ambrose, 30 Edw. I. 

Little Lynford. A manor (extent given), including a fishpond, a park 
of 40a. with deer, and a fishery in the Ouse, held of John de Somery 
in chief by homage and service of 10s. yearly. 
Heir as above, aged 25 and more. 

Norfolk. Inq. 9 April, 30 Edw. I. 

Donthon, Ketleston and Little Naring. Certain lands &c. held of the 
king in chief by the serjeanty of keeping the king's gerfalcons at the 
king's charges, and by service of 18s. yearly at the castle of Norwich 
for the king's farm ; viz. — 

Donthon. The manor (extent given), including a fishery in two places, 

customs at Len and Gememuth called ' lastage ' pertaining to the 

manor, and customs called ' Hervestwerk ' and ' Yochalwaker ' and 

' Hyrdelsilver.' 

Ketleston. A messuage, 16a. land, 4a meadow, heath, a windnuU, 

rents of free and customary tenants, fowls, works, pleas &c. 

Reynham, Helgethon, Toftes, Oxwyk, Pattesle and Northun, Gatele, 

Homigtoft and Stanfeld. 4i. 9s. 2d. assised rent of free tenants, 

22s. Ifd. rent of customers, 2Tb. pepper, 2U>. cummin, 2 capons. 



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and \qr. barley, held of the king in chief by service of 405. blanch 
farm payable at the castle of Norwich. 

Heir as above, aged 24 and more. 

C. Edw. I. File 106. (8.) 

110. Hamo le Parker. 

Writ, 3 April, 30 Edw. I. 
Htjntingdon. Inq. Monday before St. Margaret, 30 Edw. I. 

Sutho. A messuage, 80a. arable, 4a. meadow and 14s. rent, held of the 
king in chief by service of J knight's fee ; which lands &c. he acquired 
of one John de Lovetot to hold to him and the heirs of his body, with 
remainder to John his brother, and his heirs. 

[Sutho.] 5a. Ir. arable held of John de Stok in chief by service 6|d. 
yearly ; 10a. arable and Ir. meadow held of the earl of Gloucester 
by service of Id. yearly ; 7a. Ir. arable held of Robert le Mogne in 
chief by service of 3d. yearly ; la, arable held of William son of Robert 
de Paxton by service of Id. yearly ; 3a. arable and Ir. pasture held of 
John le Clerk in chief by service of rendering Jd. yearly; and 1^. 
arable held of Richard de la Mare in chief by service of rendering 
|d. yearly ; which lands &c. one William le Parker, father of the said 
Hamo and John acquired, to hold to him and FeHcia his wife and 
their heirs, and afterwards the said William, who survived, gave 
the same to the said Hamo and the heirs of his body, with remainder 
to himself and his heirs ; also, a cottage which the said Hamo 
acquired of the fee of the earl of Gloucester by service of 6d. yearly, 
to hold to him and his heirs ; and 3a. arable held of Robert le 
Moygne in chief by service of Id. yearly, which he acquired to himself 
and his heirs. 

He had no other land in the baiHwick. 

The said Hamo was a bastard, bom before marriage, and died without 
heir of himself. 

Essex. Inq. 7 May, 30 Edw. I. 

Maldon. A rent and other profits from a moiety of the town, viz. — 
16«. rent and stallage of the market at the term called 
' Rokmonenday ' in the quinzaine of Easter, a toll of ships and 
boats landing there worth 8s. yearly, and a moiety of the pleas &c. 
of the court worth 85. yearly, held jointly with Anne his wife, 
of the king in chief by service of J knight's fee, by the feoffment 
of John de la Launde to them and their heirs ; and the said Anne 
peacefully continued her seisin thereof until the said Hamo's 
death. • 

Tolleshunte. The manor (extent ^ven), including 2 salt marshes, held 
jointly, as above, of the king in chief as of the honour of Boulogne 
by service of Id. yearly and doing suit at the king's court of Wytham 
every month, by the feoffment of Hugh de Essex to them and 
their heirs ; and the said Anne continued her seisin thereof, as 
above. 

The lands &c. abovesaid ought to remain to the said Anne and 
her heirs for ever. 



EDWARD I. 73 



Writ of certiorari on the complaint of John le Parker of Sutho that a 
messuage, 80a. land and 4a. meadow in Sutho, whereof John de 
Lovetot enfeoffed Hamo le Parker and the heirs of his body, with 
remainder to the said John, had been taken into the Idng's hand on the 
death of the said Hamo, without heir of his body, 21 Oct. 30 Edw. I. 
Httntingdon. Inq. made at St. Neots on Saturday the eve of St. Martin, 

30 Edw. I. 

Sutho. John Lovetoft did not enfeoff the said Hamo as is aforesaid, but 
one William de Cleyo, citizen of London, had the said lands &c. 
of the demise of John Lovetoft for Ufe, and thereof enfeoffed the 
said Hamo to hold to him and the heirs of his body with reversion to 
John le Parker, his brother, and his heirs, and the said John de 
Lovetoft quit claimed the same to.the said Hamo &c. with reversion 
&c. as above ; and the said John le Parker produced two writings 
under the names of the same William de Cleye and John de 
Lovetoft which testify this. 

Writ of certiorari on a similar complaint of John le Parker concerning 
3 messuages, 30a. land and 2a. meadow in Sutho and Bouton, 
whereof William le Parker enfeoffed Hamo le Parker &c. with 
reversion to the said John &c. 26 Oct. 30 Edw. I. 
Huntingdon. Inq. made at St. Neots on the eve of St. Martin, 30 Edw. I. 
Sutho. The said WilUam enfeoffed the said Hamo of the tenements 
aforesaid, to hold to him and the heirs of his body, with remainder 
to the said John son and heir of the said William &c, viz. — 
a messuage held of the earl of Gloucester, and 2 messuages held of 
John de Stock, together with the lands specified in the first 
inquisition. 

Similar writ of certiorari concerning the said 3 messuages, 30a. land and 
2a. meadow in Sutho and Bouton, and enquiring who is the next 
heir, 14 Nov. 30 Edw. 1. 
Httntingdon. Inq. taken at St. Neots on Monday after St. Nicholas, 

31 Edw. I. 

Sutho and Bouton. 3 cottages, 10a. land and 2a. meadow held of the 
fee of the earl of Gloucester, rendering M. yearly ; la. Ir. land held 
of the fee of Robert le Moyne rendering 3d. yearly ; la. land held 
of the fee of William de Paxtone rendering Id. yearly ; 5a. land and 
\r. meadow held of the fee of John the clerk rendering \d. yearly ; 1 Ja. 
land held of the fee of Richard de la Mare rendering |d. yearly ; and 
5a. \r. land held of the fee of John de Stoke rendering &\d. yearly. 
WiUiam le Parker enfeoffed the said Hamo of the above to hold to 
him and the heirs of his body, with remainder to himself or his heirs ; 
and the said Hamo continued in seisin until his death, and died 
without heir of his body. 

The said John le Parker is next heir of the said William and of 
full age. 

Similar writ of certiorari concerning the messuage, 80a. land and 
4a. meadow in Sutho aforesaid, 14 Nov. 30 Edw. I. 
HxTNTrNQDON. Inq. taken at St. Neots on Monday after St. Nicholas, 
31 Edw. I. 



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Sutho. A messuage, 80a. land and 4a. meadow &c. To the same effect 
as in the inquisition dated Saturday the eve of St. Martin, 30 Edw. I. 
John le Parker, who sues for the said tenements, is of fuU age. 

G.Edw.I. File 106. (9.) 

111. Richard atte Hole alias de la Hole. 

Writ, 16 June, 30 Edw. I. 
CoENWALL. Inq. 12 September, 30 Edw. I. 

La Hole. The hamlet (extent given) held of the king in chief by serjeanty 
of finding a foot soldier accoutered with arms for guarding a tower 
of the castle of Lanceveton when there shall be war in the county, 
together with Jurdan de Haccumbe, Robert Crok, Richard de Trewen, 
John de Tre . . . , Richard Blaimchard, Robert de Rosmorek and 
Simon de dyker, his partners in that service, at his own costs. 
He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 
Roger de la Hole his brother, aged 25 and more, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File\0%. (10.) 

112. John de Mtjlbcastre alias de Molecastbe. 

Writ, 8 July, 30 Edw. I. 
Cumberland. Irvq. made at CarUsle on Tuesday before St. Bartholomew, 
30 Edw. I. 
Threpland. A capital messuage &c. 150a. land, 6a. meadow, a close 
called HeUerskaw, and a free tenant holding 21a. land, held of the king 
in chief, as of the honour of the castle of Cokerm(ue), now in the king's 
hand, by homage and service of 45. Qd. for comage, to be rendered 
yearly to the sheriff for the king's use, and by service of 20s. yearly 
to the said castle, and doing suit at the king's court of Cokerm(ue) 
every three weeks. 

He acquired these lands &c. of Michael de Harcla, to hold to him 
and the heirs of his body, with remainder to Thomas de Mulcastre his 
brother and the heirs of his body. He died without such heirs, and the 
said Thomas, who survives, is aged 30 and more. 

Cumberland. Inq. taken at Carhsle on Tuesday before St. Bartholomew, 
30 Edw. I. 
Little Waverton with its appurtenances (extent given with names of 
tenants), including 8 bovates and 15a. land in Great Waverton held 
by Lambert de Waverton, rendering 9s. yearly and 2s. id. yearly for 
comage, and a third part of Great Waverton held by Sir WUliam de 
Boyvill by service of comage, rendering 4s. 5jd. yearly ; all held 
of Sir John de Wygeton by service of comage, rendering 4s. 5\d. 
yearly to him, and by service of doing suit at his court in Wygeton 
every three weeks. He acquired the said tenements of Robert de 
Lasceles, to hold to him and his heirs of Sir John de Wygeton chief 
lord of that fee by the services abovesaid. 

He had an elder brother named Benedict, now dead, who had a daughter, 
Alice, who was bom in Scotland, and has dwelt there from her birth, 
but whether she is aUve or not the jury know not ; if living she is 20 years 



EDWARD I. 76 



of age and more and next heir of the said John ; if she is dead, then 
William de Mulcastre her uncle, brother of the said John, aged 40 and more, 
is his next heir. 



4 June, 31 Edw. I. 
Cumberland. Inq. made at Wygeton on Monday after SS. Peter and Paul, 

31 Edw. I. 

Little Waverton. A capital messuage, 84a. arable, 6a. meadow, and 
22s. \0d. rent, held of John, baron of Wygeton, by comage, 
rendering to him 4s. b^d. yearly, and doing suit at his court in 
Wygeton every three weeks. 

Heir as above. 

Cumberland. Inq. made at Assepatrick on Saturday the feast of SS. Peter 
and Paul, 31 Edw. I. 
Threpland. A capital messuage &c. held &c. and acquired &c. as in the 
first inquisition ; but with further remainder to WilHam de 
Mulcastre, brother of the said John and Thomas, and his heirs or 
assigns for ever. 

The said John and Thomas have died without heirs of their bodies, 
and the said William survives and is 40 years of age and more. 

Writ of plenius certiorari to enquire whether the said John de Mulcastre 
acquired the aforesaid lands &c. in Threpland, co. Cumberland, of 
Michael de Hartcla to hold to him and the heirs of his body as in 
the above inquisition is contained, or was enfeoffed to hold to him 
and his heirs without any condition, as Alice de Mulcastre, daughter 
of Benedict de Mulcastre elder brother 'of the said John, says, 
26 March, 32 Edw. I. 
CxTMBEELAND. Inq. made at Carhsle on Tuesday after Holy Trinity, 

32 Edw. I. 

Threpland. The said John acquired the hamlet of the said Michael to 
hold to himself and the heirs of his body, with remainders as abovesaid 
to the said Thomas and the heirs of his body, and to the said William 
de Mulcastre his heirs or assigns : he did not acquire the hamlet 
simply to himself and his heirs as the said AHce says : the said John 
and Thomas died without heirs of their bodies. 

C.Edw.I. File 10%. (II.) 
113. Robert de Craxjneord. 



9 Oct. 30 Edw. I. 
Oxford. Inq. 2 Nov. 30 Edw. I. 

Suth Newenton. A manor (extent given with names of tenants), 
including the rhaster of the hospital of St. John, Oxford, held of the 
king in chief, as of the honour of Albemarle, by service of | knight's 
fee ; and a manor (extent given with names of tenants) held of 
John de Grey by service of ^ knight's fee. 
Robert his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir, 

C. Edw. I. File 106. (12.) 



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114. William db Nbybfokd alias db Nerpobd. 

Writ, 9 July, 30 Edw. I. 
[Norfolk.] Inci. {undated fragment). , ,, . ..i -o^ •„ 

[Houghton?] (extent given) held [with Petronilla 

his wife ?] oiE [her ?] inheritance .... 
Holt. [A moiety?] of the manor (extent given), including 

in the old park .... knight's fee and f knight's fee. 

Cleye (extent given). 

Sho(tesham ?) 

SuPPOLK. Inq. 29 Aug. 30 Edw. I. . . 

Wyssete. The manor (fuU extent given), including a park contauung 
100a., held, with Petronilla his wife of her inheritance, of the king 
in chief of the honour of Richmond by service of a knight's fee. 
He held no lands &c. in his demesne as of fee of the king in chief in 
the county, 
Petronilla his wife, aged 40 and more, is his next heir, and has been 
for a long time in peaceful possession of the manor. 

G. Edw. I. File 106. (13.) 



115. ROGBR SON OE JOHN. 

Writ, 25 April, 30 Edw. I. 
Hbrbford. Inq. 12 June, 30 Edw. I. 

Brumfeld. The manor (extent given with names of tenants) held of 
the king in chief by service of grand serjeanty, viz. — ^keeping the 
forest of the county of Salop. 
John his son, aged 3 at Whitsunday 30 Edw. I, is his next heir. 

Salop. Inq. 11 May, 30 Edw. I. 

Boulewas. A messuage, 142a. arable, 6a. meadow, a water-mill, 
10s. l^d. assised rent of free tenants (named), including J mark from 
William de Kaynton, who holds the town of Kaynton, and the 
prior of Wombrugg,who holds a weir, 35s. 3^d. assised rent of bondmen, 
and 10s. 8d. rents of 5 cottars (named), and pleas &c. of court. 
Esnebrugg, a member of Boulewas. A messuage, 40a. arable, 4a. meadow, 
265. 6Jd. assised rent of freemen (named), 7s. from a bondman, and 
10s. 8d. assised rent from cottars (named), and lib. pepper. 

All held of the king in chief by the serjeanty of keeping the king's 
forest in the whole of the county of Salop. 

Heir as above, aged 3 on 19 April last. 

C. Edw. I. File 106. (14.) 

116. John, son and heir of Walter db Atjrb. 

Writ to the escheator to take the proof of age of the said John, who 
seeks his lands &c. which are in the wardship of William Hathewy 
by the demise of Sibyl, late the wife and executor of Grimbald 
Pauncefote, to whom Master Greoffrey le Keu demised them, who 
had them by the king's commission, 9 April, 30 Edw. I. 



EDWARD I. 77 



Gloucester. Proof of age taken at Neuwenham in the presence of Nicholas 
de Bathonia, knight, on Sunday after St. Edward, 30 Edw. I. 

Richard le Wyte of Aure, aged 40, says that the said John was bom at 
Aure and baptized in the church of St. Andrew there, and was 24 at the feast 
of Holy Trinity last, which he knows because after the feast of St. Michael 
in the same year he crossed the sea to Ireland and stayed there a year. 

PhiUp Baderon, aged 60, agrees, and recollects well because in 
6 Edw. I. at Whitsunday he married Joan his wife, who still survives, 
in which year the said John was bom at the feast of Holy Trinity. 

Robert le Ward of Aure, aged 50, agrees, and recollects by his son 
Philip, who was bom at the feast of St. John in the same year and was 
24 at that feast last. 

Richard Baderon, aged 54, agrees, and knows by WiUiam his son, who 
was bom at the feast of St. Bartholomew in the same year and was 24 
at that feast last. 

Walter son of Ralph de Aure, aged 70, agrees, and recollects because 
at the feast of St. John the Baptist in the same year he was in service 
with Sir Bevis {Bogone) de Cnoyvile at Montgomery. 

William Menscke, aged 40, agrees, and knows it because he* married 
Maud his wife at Easter 6 Edw. I. and the said John was bom at the 
feast of Holy Trinity following. 

William de Longeford, aged 46, agrees, and well recollects by 
Joan his daughter who was bom on the eve of Holy Trinity 6 Edw. I, 
and on the morrow the said John was bom. 

John Eudas, aged 40, agrees, and knows it because Marg' his daughter 
was born at Whitsunday before the said John, and is now 24 and more. 

WiUiam Baderon, aged 50, agrees, and recollects because at the feast 
of St. Michael in the same year his mother Idonea died, now 24 years ago, 

Richard Crompe, aged 40, agrees, and knows it because at Easter 
6 Edw. I. he crossed the sea to France, and at the feast of Holy Trinity 
following the said John was bom. 

Richard de Blydelowe, aged 50, agrees, and knows it because he married 
Susan his wife at Easter 6 Edw. I. and the said John was bom at the 
feast of Holy Trinity. 

Henry Waleys, aged 60, agrees, and recollects because Edelina Waleys 
with whom he was in service died at Whitsunday in the same year, 
24 years ago and more. 

William Hathewy came and knew nothing to say to the contrary. 

C. Edw. I. File 106. (15.) 

117. FULK DE LtJCY. 

Writ, 23 Aug. 30 Edw. I. 
Warwick. Inq. made at Wellesbume, 23 Oct. 30 Edw. I. 

Cherlecote. A manor (extent given) held of John son and heir of John 
de Monte Forti by service of 4d. at Christmas. 

William his son, aged 26, is his next heir. 

Warwick. Inq. made at Hatton, 22 Oct. 30 Edw. I. 

Schreueleye. A manor (extent given) held of Maud daughter and heir of 
John de Schreueleye by homage and service of rendering Id. at Easter. 

Heir as above. 



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Gloucbstbe. Inq. taken at Wyk by Stowe St. Edward, on Sunday before 
the Purification, 31 Edw. I. 

He held nothing in the county &o. 

C. Edw. I. File 106, (16.) 

118. William Berchot alias BBRCHAtrDE, an idiot. 

Writ to the escheator to enquire whether the said William is an idiot 
or not &c. 2 Aug. 30 Edw. I. 
Cumberland. Inq. made at CarHsle on Tuesday before St. Matthew, 
30 Edw. I. 
Alenburgh. The jury know nothing of the person of the said William 
or whether he is an idiot or not because they have never seen him 
for he has dwelt in Holdemesse since his birth, but they have heard 
say that he has been an idiot from his birth. John de Danethorp 
who was an idiot from his birth, was uncle of the said William, 
and the said William, son of Ahce his sister, and Joan, daughter of 
Margery another sister, who is of fuU age and discretion (diecreta), 
are his next heirs. The king committed to Adam le Wayte the 
wardship of the said John's lands &c. in Alenburgh, which by his 
death have been taken into the king's hand, viz. — a messuage, 
145a. land, 14^ bovates let to farm to divers tenants, a toft and 
1 bovate of land which were of John Ravene, 14ja. meadow, rents of 
cottars and herbage in a place called Alenbank, a custom called 
' breumale,' a water-miU, and works, held of Sir Thomas de Lucy 
by comage and service of 5s. yearly. 

[York.] Inq. made at Hedone on Thursday the eve of St. Bartholomew, 
30 Edw. I. 
Outteneuton. The said Wilham is an idiot from his birth. He holds 
12?. of land, of the inheritance of Geoffrey Berchaude his father, of 
the king in chief, as of the honour of Albemarle, by knight's service, 
which John Berchaud holds by the king's commission for the 
sustenance of the said William, rendering 12 marks yearly at the 
king's exchequer. 
Danthorp. The said WiUiam, son of AUce one of the sisters of John de 
Danthorp, and Joan, daughter of Margery another sister, who is of 
discretion, are heirs of the said John, and by his death have in 
Danthorp 7 bovates and two parts of a bovate of land, a moiety 
of a close containing 2a., tofts called Abbitoft and Dundraghecroft, 
and tofts and land held by divers tenants (named), held of 
the king in chief as of the honour of Albemarle, service unspecified ; 
also a capital messuage containing 4a., a moiety of a close called 
Milnecroft, 8 bovates of land, and a toft and 2a. land which William 
the smith holds, held of the provost of Beverley, rendering 10s. 
yearly ; and a toft containing 3|a., held of John de Melsa rendering 
10s. yearly. 

AH the above have been in the king's hand from the day of 
St. Nicholas last, by the death of the said John de Danethorp. 

Memorandum (from the escheator ? ) that he has personally examined 
the said William and finds that he is manifestly an idiot, and has 
been so from his birth, nor does he enjoy lucid intervals, but, as 



EDWARD I. 79 



he has heard, at lunations is worse and raves with madness, 
(Undated.) 

Petition to the king from Adam his Gayt (Adam son Gayt) to grant him 
what William Berchot is heir of, for what he had of the other fool his 
uncle has been loyally expended in the king's service, and he cannot 
otherwise maintain his estate. (French, undated.) 

G. Edw. I. File 106. (17.) 

119. Richard Batayle. 

Writ [*15 May, 30 Edw. l.J (missing). 
[Berks.] Inq. made before the Constable of the castle and keeper of the 
forest of Wyndles(or), 3 June, 30 [Edw. I.] (fragment). 
Wyndles(or). The baiUwick of the forestry held of the king in chief 
by service of rendering to the king sixty (shillings ?) at the feast of 
St. Michael. 

forest. 27 held of the king in chief, rendering 13s. 6d. 

yearly. 

[Wynkefild.] 60a. land with 18s. yearly rent held of by 

service of 22s for all service in Wynkefild. 

Henry his son is his next (heir). 

C.Edw.I. FilelQ%.(\%.) 

120. Richard db Redleye alias de Redlee. 

Writ, 26 Sept. 30 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. 1 March, 31 Edw. I. 

Terlingg. A capital messuage, 80a. arable, l|a. meadow, 6a. pasture, 
and 4s. rent from 5 free tenants, held of William Bouvyle, knight, 
by service of J knight's fee. 

Le Payrewode. 5 marks yearly assised rent from 15 free tenants held 
of the free marriage of Roberga his wife, who still survives, of 
Sir Robert de Hilton by service of a pair of gilt spurs, who defends 
the same, with his other tenements in Suffolk, against the king by 
service of an ell of scarlet, price 5s. 

Peter his son, aged 24, is his next heir. 

G. Edw. I. File 106. (19.) 

* 

121. Giles de Plays alias de Pleiz, de Playz. 

Writ [tl5 Oct. 30 Edw. I.] (missing). 
Cambridge. Inq. 24 Oct. 30 Edw. I. 

Eulmere. The manor (full extent given with names of free and customary 
tenants), including a market every Tuesday, held of the king in 
chief by barony of the barony of Mounfichet. 

Richard his son, aged 6, in his next heir. 

* See Calendar of Fine Rolls, p. 454. 
t -See Calendar of Fine Rolls, p. 459, 



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Stjssbx. Inq. made at Lewes, 29 Dec. 31 Edw. I. 

Wanyngore. The manor (extent given), including a pasture called 
' le Rep,' held of the earl of Warenne by service of a knight's fee, 
and 17s. 8d. are due yearly for the chantry of the chapel. 
Werplesbum. The manor (extent given) held as member of the manor 
of Wanyngore. 
Heir as above, aged 7. 

Essex. Inq. taken at Stratford on Saturday before St. Hilary, 31 Edw. I. 
Esthammes and Westhammes. 11. 3s. id. yearly rent from 30 free tenants, 
6a. wood wholly assarted, pleas &c. of court, a view of frank pledge, 
6 woods in the hundred of Tendryng by Great Ocley, and a wood 
in the himdred of Udelesford by Tremhale, containing between 
them 120a., which the said Giles lately {tarde) before his death 
so devastated in big trees for the greater part and wholly in under- 
wood that there will scarcely be anything to be sold for three years. 
AH held of the king in chief as one of the heirs of Richard Montfichet 
who held them with other tenements by barony. 

Heir as first above. 

NoEFOLK. Inq. Saturday before St. Nicholas, 31 Edw. I. 

Tofteris alias Toftesris. A capital messuage, 243a. arable, 8a. underwood, 
and rents of free tenants and customers &c. (full extent given with 
names of tenants). 
Wetinge. A capital messuage, 152a. arable, 10a. meadow, 8a. marsh, a 
fishery, rents of customers &c. (named), and pleas &c. of court. 

AH held of John Warenne, earl of Surrey, with his other tenements 
in other counties, by service of a knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 7 and more. 

Extent or summary of the above manors &c. 

Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 16 Jan. 31 Edw. I. 
NoEFOLK. Inq, made at Feltewell on Wednesday before St. Peter in 

Cathedra, 31 Edw. I. 
Fransham and Skemyng. 1 knight's fee which William de Fransham 

holds. 
Geyton. J knight's fee which John de Geyton holds. 
Norhtbarsham, J knight's fee which John le Sire holds. 
Wesbradenham. J knight's fee which WiUiam Maupas and Ralph 

atte rode holds. 
Sparham. 1 knight's fee which WUham le Marchal holds. 
Bemham. ^ knight's fee which Constantine de Mortuo Man and 

Ranulph de Hakeford and his (or their) parceners hold. 
Depham. 1 knight's fee called ' Greppyngefe ' which WilUam de Blunvile 

holds. 
Depham and Little Elyngham. 1 knight's fee which Roger Cosyn holds. 
Norht Wold. | knight's fee which John le Boteler holds. 
Wetyng. The advowsons of the churches of St. Mary and AJl Saints. 
Crokeston. The advowson of the church. 

Suffolk. Inq. taken at Holebroc on Monday after the Invention of the 
Holy Cross, 31 Edw. I, 



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Stuttone in the hundred of Saunford. The manor which Robert de 

Geddingge holds by service of 4 knights' fees. 
Le Wodehall in Rattlesdene in the hundred of Thedwardestre. The 

manor which Simon de Rattlesden holds by service of 1 knight's fee, 
Bemham in the hundred of Blakebom. The manor which Ralph de 

Schirle holds by service of J knights' fee. 

Essex. Inq. taken at Stratford at the next county (court) after Easter, 

31 Edw. I. 
Wyrethemondeford in the hundred of Lex[den]. § knight's fee which 

Michael de Pohngges and Andrew de Sake vile held. 
Wyveho and Doneland in the same hundred. 2 knights' fees which 

William de Sotton and Peter de Talesworth held. 
Witham in the hundred of Wytham. 1 knights' fee which Hugh de 

Mortuo Mari holds ; and J knight's fee which Robert le Power holds. 
Maplestrested in the hundred of Hengford. 1 knight's fee which 

Thomas de Honteroombe holds. 
Chynggeford in the hundred of Little Waltham and Wendon in the 

hundred of Westhodelesford. 2 knights' fees which Alexander 

Baylol holds. 
Takele alias Takeleye in the hundred of Estodelesford. \ knight's fee 

which the abbot of Colecestre and John de Bassingbom hold ; and 

a sixth part of \ knight's fee which the prior of Thermhale holds. 
Tendrengg in the hundred of Tendrengg. | knight's fee which Roger 

Mich[aeHs] and WilUam de Byllingford hold. 
Great Acle. The advowson of the church. 

Cambridge. Inq. 10 Feb. 31 Edw. I. 

Fulmere The advowson of the church of St. Mary. 
He had no knight's fee in the county. 

Sussex. Inq. made at Lewes, 8 March, 31 Edw. I. 
Worth. The advowson of the church. 
Chagelegh. The advowson of the church. 
Wannyngore. The advowson of a free chapel. 
He held no knight's fees in the county. 

C. Edw. I. File 106. (20.) 

122. Master John de Brideport, 

Writ {missing). 
Dorset. Inq. Friday after St. John ante Portam Latinam, 30 Edw. I. 

Brideport. He held nothing of the king in chief on the day he died, 
but in his Hfe time he gave a certain tenement in Brideport to 
Master John de Brideport who now holds it of the king in chief 
in socage by service of Qd. yearly. Master John the mason 
{cemevMrius) who had the same of the gift of King Henry III 
enfeoffed the deceased thereof. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 6. (8.) 

123. GriiBERT DE Neville. 

Writ to the escheator commanding him to enquire &c. and have this 
writ together with a former writ which came to him too late for 



82 INQUISITIONS. 



execution, as he says, at the king's exchequer at York on the octave 
of St. Michael. 11 July, 30 Edw. I. 
LmrcoLN. Inq. taken at Vaudey, 8 Sept. 30 Edw. I. 

G[ri]mesthorp. The manor held of the king in chief of the barony 
of Gaunt bv service of ^ knight's fee. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 6. (9.) 

124. BEGnrALD LB FowBR aUos LB PoTTW^ER, of Shiyvenham. 

Writ, 22 June, 30 Edw. I. 
Bbeks, Inq. 6 Sept. 30 Edw. I. 

Shryvenham. A hide of land containing 100a. and a miU, and there 
are besides a messuage &c. and 10a. meadow in divers parcels, 
held of the king in chief without doing any service. But the said 
Reginald in 18 Edw. I. granted himself to be bound to Sir Adam de 
Stratton yearly on the morrow of St. Michael in a mark to be paid 
at his manor of Sevenhamton, co. Wilts ; but for what cause, and 
whether for his own hfe only, or for that of the said Adam, or to 
his heirs or assigns, the jury know not. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 6. (10.) 

125. WsNTHLLilir, LATB THE WIFB OF EtTSTACB SON OF GeOFFEBY DE 

Weokbshalb deceased. 

Writ, 28 July, 30 Edw. I. 
Berks. Inq. made at Abyndon, 1 Sept. 30 Edw. I. 

Estbury. A fourth part of a knight's fee (extent given with names of 
tenants), held of the king in dower, of the inheritance of Juliana, 
late the wife of Geoffrey de Wrokeshale, by knight's service. And 
the reversion pertains by hereditary right to John de Ceme, son 
and heir of Joan daughter and an heir of the aforesaid JuUana, to 
John de Brokenesberegh, son and heir of Rose (Boysie) daughter 
and an heir of the same Juliana, to Henry de Haddone, son and 
heir of Anastasia daughter and an heir of the said Juhana, and to 
Margery the wife of Geoffrey de Moun, daughter and an heir of the 
same Juliana, as coheirs of that inheritance, and they are 21 years of 
age and more, excepting the said Henry, who is 18 years of age. 

E. Inq.p.m. File 6, (12.) 

126. AlTASTASLi. DB HaDDONE. 

Writ, 22 Oct. 30 Edw. I. 
Bbeks. Inq. made at Waneting, 7 Nov. 30 Edw. I. 

Estbury. She held nothing of the king in demesne ; but the manor of 
Estbury (extent given) which is held of the king in chief by service 
of I knight's fee, was sometime in the seisin of Juliana, late the 
wife of Geoffrey de Wrokeshale, mother of the said Anastasia, 
as of her inheritance ; which manor the said Geoffrey and Juliana 
assigned in dower to Wenthlian late the wife of Eustace son of 
the said Geoffrey ; and after the deaths of the said Juliana and 
Eustace, who died without heir of himself, the inheritance of the 
said manor descended to Joan, Rose, the said Anastasia, and 
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Eustace, of whom Joan, who was the wife of Henry de Ceme 
died about the feast of the Decollation of St. John the Baptist 
in the year abovesaid, leaving John her son and heir aged 21 and 
more ; Eiose, who was the wife of Richard de Brokenesbergh, 
died ten years ago leaving John her son and heir aged 21 and 
more ; the said Anastasia, who was the wife of John de Haddone, 
died at the feast of St. John the Baptist in the year abovesaid, 
leaving Henry her son and heir aged 18 ; and Margery still 
survives aged 21 and more. The said WenthUan died about the 
feast of St. Michael, 29 Edw. I. 

Dorset, Inq. made at Schyrebum, 10 Dec. 30 {sic) Edw. I. 

The said Anastasia held nothing in the county on the day she died. 

Henry de Haddon her son, aged 20 and more, is her next heir of a 
fourth part of the manor of Est bury, co. Berks. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 6. (13.) 
127. John de Haddon. 



'it, 22 Oct. 30 Edw. I. 
Dorset., Inq. made at Schyrebum, 10 Dec. 30 {sic) Edw. I. {jaded). 

Lydehnch. A capital messuage &c. 86a. arable, 12a. meadow, a several 
pasture, 10a. wood, rents from free and customary tenants (extent 
given), and pleas &c. held of Roger de Plumber by service of 
I knight's fee, rendering \^d. yearly. 

Caundel Haddon. A capital messuage &c. 46a. arable, 4a. meadow, com- 
mon of pasture, 2(?)a. wood, , half a water-mill, and 

rents of free tenants and customers, held of Robert Mala hytha (?) 
and his heirs for J knight's fee and rendering a gillyflower yearly ; 

a tenement (extent given) held of ; 20a. arable, and 

rent and works of customers worth 8s. 4d!. yearly, held of Robert 
Warener for ^^ knight's fee, rendering &d. yearly ; 12a. meadow 
and a several pasture held of John Mautravers in free marriage ; 
4a. arable, la. meadow and 2s. rent, held of Walter de Percy by 
knight's service, rendering 3s. yearly ; 72a. arable, 9a. meadow, a 
several pasture, 5a. wood, a water-miU, and 10s. Qd. rents, held 
in socage of the abbot of Schyrebum, rendering 13s. 4d. yearly 
and suit at his court of Stapelbrigg. 
Henry his son, aged 20 and more, is his next heir ; and also heir of 

Anastasia, late the wife of the said John, of a fourth part of the manor 

of Estbury, co. Berks, which is held of the king in chief by service of 

i knight's fee. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 6. (14.) 

128. John de Engayne alias Engayn. 

Writ to the esoheator to enquire and certify the treasurer and the barons 
of the exchequer, what lands &c. Jolm, father of John de Engayne, 
held of the kmg in chief on the day he died, 30 Oct. 30 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. made at Branketre on Wednesday before St. Thomas the 
Apostle, SlEdw. I. 
White Notelee. The manor held of the earl Marshal by service of 60s, 
yearly. 



84 INQUISITIONS. 



Uppe Ministre. He at one time held the manor of the king in chief 
by a knight's fee of the honour of Mongomeri, but he did not die 
seised thereof : Simon de Haverynge now holds it. 

Coin Engayne. Seven years before his death he held the manor of 
Robert son of Eoger by service of a pair of spurs, but did not 
die seised thereof : John de Engayne his son now holds it. 

The jurors know of no other lands or fees which he held on the 
day he died. 

Leicester. Inq. Saturday after St. Lucy, 31 Edw. I. 

Halugton in the hundred of Gertre. The manor held of the inheritance 
of Joan his wife, who is still Uving and holds the manor. He held 
nothing of the Mng in chief there. 

Northampton. Inq. made at Northampton on Friday the morrow of 
St. Nicholas, 31 Edw. I. 

Pihteslee. A messuage, and 14^ virgates of land held [of the king in 
chief] by serjeanty of finding sustenance for his dogs, viz. — 
greyhounds and brachets for chasing and taking wolves, foxes, 
cats, badgers and hares in the forests of the four counties, 
Northampton, Huntingdon, Oxford and Buckingham : Joan late his 
wife holds the same in dower, and they are in the hands of certain 
villeins there. 

Laxton and Henewyk. Ten virgates of land in Laxton, which are in 
the hands of villeins, and a messuage and 2 virgates of land in 
Henewyk held of the king in chief by the service aforesaid. 

Blathenvik. The manor with the hamlet of Bolewik (extent given) 
held of the king in chief by service of \ knight's fee. 

The said Joan holds the tenements aforesaid in dower, except a 
messuage and 2 virgates in Henewyk which John Lovet holds. 

Warwick. Inq. 13 Dec. 31 Edw. I. 

Merton. 100s. of land were held by the said John and Joan his wife, 
daughter and heir of GUbert de Grejrvdle, of her inheritance, of 
Nicholas de Chameles by service of J knight's fee ; which they 
sold to WiUiam de Hamelton long before the said John died. 

HtTNTrNGDON. Inq. taken at Huntingdon on Saturday after St. Andrew, 
31 Edw. I. 
Great Geddinge. The manor, containing 4 hides of land, whereof one 
hide is ia the hands of the prior &c. of Huntingdon, and the residue 
in the hand of Sir John that now is, held of the king in chief by the 
same serjeanty as abovesaid. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 6. (15.) 

129. John de Scalarhs. 

Writ, 21 March, 31 Edw. I. 
Cambridge. Inq. 24 May, 31 Edw. I. 

Chavele. A messuage &c. 200a. arable, 15a. pasture, 2a. wood, and 

26s. 8d. rent, held of Sibyl Loveday by service of 20s. yearly ; Rose 

late his wife is dowered of a third part thereof. 

Theobald de Soalariis his brother, aged 40, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 107. (1.) 



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130. AuoE DE Cycestbe. 

Writ, 8 April, 31 Edw. I, 
LrefOOLN. Inq. Tuesday before the Ascension, 31 Edw. I. 

Asgerby. A capital messuage &c. 46a. arable, 3a. meadow, and 4 free 
tenants rendering 9s. yearly, held of the king in chief as of the 
barony of Gaunt, now in the king's hand, by ^ knight's fee, suit 
at the court of Falkyngham every three weeks, and 4,d. yearly 
sheriff's aid. 

William, son of Robert Hubert of Aslakeby, her kinsman, aged 30 
and more, is her next heir. 

G. Edw. I. File 107. (2.) 

131. Isabel de Badewe. 

Writ, 6 Feb. 31 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. taken at Danyngbir(y), 10 March, 31 Edw. I. 

Great Badewe. 30a. arable, 2a. meadow, 2a. pasture, 2 free tenants 
rendering 2s. rent yearly, held of the king in chief by serjeanty of 
keeping, with his three parceners of the same tenement, one of the 
king's palfreys for forty days if it shall be sick, when the king shall 
pass through that country. 

Edmund de Badewe her son, aged 30, is her next heir. 

G. Edw. I. File 107. (3.) 

132. Hamo Beleb. 

Writ, 21 March, 31 Edw. I. 
Leicester. Inq. taken at Kettilby on Saturday before SS. Tiburcius and 
Valerian, 31 Edw. I. 
Kettilby Beler alias Kettilby. A messuage, 80a. arable, 5a. meadow, a 
several pasture of |a., a water-mill, 4s. Qd. rent of free tenants, 
23s. 4d. rent of 7 customers and their works, and 4 cottars, held 
of the heir of Roger de Moubray in chief, who is in the king's ward- 
ship, by service of | knight's fee. He held nothing of others in 
chief. 

He died on Monday after the Purification in the year abovesaid. 
Ralph his son, aged 33, is his next heir. 

G. Edw. I. File 107. (4.) 

133i Philip Badron alias BADEROtrN, of Aure. 

Writ, 10 Feb. 31 Edw. I. 
GLOiroESTER. Inq. taken at Neuwenham on Wednesday after St. Gregory, 
31 Edw. I. 
Aure. A messuage &c. 48a. arable, 4a. meadow, and a cottage which 
Thomas Steymor holds, rendering &d. yearly, held of the king in 
chief by homage and by service of rendering 13s. 4d. yearly at the 
king's exchequer. 

John his son, aged 23 and more, is his next heir. 

G. Edw, I, File 107. (5.) 



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134. John de Bkattncbwell. 

Writ, 16 April, 31 Edw. I. and duplicate. 
Lincoln. Inq. Wednesday the eve of the Ascension, 31 Edw. I. 

Brauncewell. A capital messuage, 60a. arable, a croft of pasture, 2a. 
meadow, and 3 free tenants rendering 3lb. cummin yearly, held 
of the king in chief as of the barony of Bayeux (de Baiocis) now 
in the king's hand, by service I knight's fee and doing suit at the 
court of Bayeux every six weeks. 
John his son, aged 26 and more, is his next heir. 

Lincoln. Inq. made at Douesby on Sunday the octave of Holy Trinity, 
31 Edw. I. 
Brauncewelle. A capital messuage, 68a. land, a toft, 2a. meadow, 
and 3 free tenants each rendering lib. cummin yearly, held of the 
barony of Bayeux in chief, which is in the king's hand by the nonage 
of the heir of EUas de Rabayn who is in the king's wardship, by 
service of \ knight's fee by foreign service, doing suit at the court 
of Bayeux at Lincoln every six weeks. 

Heir as above, of fuU age and more. 

C. Edw. I. File 107. (6.) 

135. Latjbence de Abbetot. 

Writ, 21 June, 31 Edw. I. 
Heeefoed. Inq. made at Hereford, 17 Aug. 31 Edw. I. 

[*La Okes.] A messuage, 30a. arable, la. meadow, l|a. wood, and 
5 free tenants (named) rendering 40s. \0d. yearly, held of the 
king in chief, by the courtesy of England of the inheritance of Lucy 
sometime his wife, by the grand serjeanty of conducting the king's 
treasure from the castle of Hereford to London, taking \2d. daily 
in going and nothing in returning, and he ought to summon the 
bishop of Hereford at Bromyard when impleded by the king. 

Her daughters, Cecily whom Thomas de Holford married, aged 36 
and Sibyl, aged 31, are next heirs of the said Lucy. 

0. Edw. I. File 107. (7.) 

136. Simon Spigfenbl alias Spigouenel. 

Writ, 20 Feb. 31 Edw. I. 
BxJOKiNGHAM. Inq. 26 March, 31 Edw. I. 

Shirinton. 42a. land held by the said Simon and Margery his wife, 
by a charter of feoffment of Master Henry de Insula, who held 
the same of the king in chief by knight's service, to hold to them 
and their heirs or assigns by the same service ; and because they 
entered without the king's Ucence and have not yet made fine, that 
land was taken into the king's hand, and remains there still. He 
held no other lands. 

Sir Henry Spigoumel, knight, is his next heir and of fuU age. 

C. Edw. I. File 107. (8). 

* So given in the Calendar printed in 1806, but now illegible. 



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137. Roger de Burton. 

Writ, 22 June, 31 Edw. I. 
Westmoreland. Inq. taken at Kyrkeby in Kendale on Saturday the feast 

of St. Margaret, 31 Edw. I, 
Button. The manor with his lands in Manesergh, Lupton, Preston 

Richard, and Hencastre in Kendale, held of WiUiam son of Margaret 

de Ros by service of 12d. comage, 
Hoton Rouf . Two marks yearly rent held of the gift of Adam Stumel in 

the fee of Ingram de Gynes. 

He held nothing in the county of Nicholas son of Miles de 

Stapelton, kinsman and one of the heirs of Ladarena late the wife 

of John de Bella Aqua[, who is in the king's wardship]. 

Roger his son, is his next heir and of fuU age. 

York. Inq. made at Alverton on Wednesday after the Translation of 
St. Thomas the Martyr, 31 Edw. I. 
Herleseye. The manor (extent given with names of tenants) held of 
the bishop of Durham by service of ^ knight's fee, doing suit at the 
bishop's court of Alverton. He held nothing there of Nicholas 
son of Moles. 

Heir as above, aged 36. 

York. Inq. made at Tresk on Sunday before St. Margaret, 31 Edw. I. 

Turkelby. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), including 
Geoffrey son of Guy de Turkelby, who holds 4 bovates of WilUam de 
Buscy, rendering 35s. 6d. yearly, held as of fee of William son of 
Oliver de Buscy by service of | knight's fee. He held nothing 
there of Nicholas son of Miles. 

Heir as above, aged 36 at the feast of the Translation of St. Benedict 
last. 

[York.] Inq. made on Monday the feast of St. Mary Magdalen, 31 Edw. I. 
Karleton. 3|a. meadow and SI. 13s. B^d. assised rent, held of Nicholas 
son of Miles de Stapelton, kinsman and one of the heirs of Laderana 
late the wife of John de Bella Aqua, deceased, who held of the king 
in chief, now in the king's wardship, by homage and service of 3d. 
yearly ; and 3|a. meadow and 81. 13s. 3|d. assised rent, held of 
Aucher son of Henry and Joan his wife, the other heir of the said 
Laderana, by service of 3d. yearly. 

Heir as above, aged 40. 

C. Edw, I. File 107. (9.) 

138. Robert de Ckokedayk alias del Crokedhaik. 

Writ, 10 Oct. 31 Edw. I. 
Cumberland. Inq. Tuesday before St. Martin, 31 Edw. I. 

Great Waverton. A capital messuage &c. and 8 bovates of land held 
of the king in chief, as of the manor of little Waverton, which is in 
the king's hand by the death of John de Mulcastre and by the 
forfeiture of AUce daughter of Benedict de Mulcastre next heir 
of the said John, which AHce dwells in Scotland in company of the 
Scots the Mag's rebels and enemies, by homage, and service of 8s. for 



88 INQUISITIONS. 



his farm to be rendered to the king at the manor of Little Waverton, 
and by service of 20d. for comage to be rendered yearly to the 
sheriff for the king's use. 

High Crosseby. Two bovates of land held of the king in chief, as of the 
honour of the castle of Cokerm(ue) which is in the king's hand, 
by service of lib. cummin yearly at the said castle. 

Wygeton. Three messuages and 12a. land held of Sir John de Wygeton 
by service of a root (rf ginger and 3s. 8d. yearly at Wygeton. 
Agnes the wife of Robert del Dykes, a sister of the said Robert del 

Crokedaic, aged 24, and Christiana his other sister, aged 22 and more, 

are his next heirs. 

O. Edw. I. File 107. (10.) 

139. John db Dottnb. 

Writ, 1 Aug. 31 Edw. I. 
Devon. Inq. Monday the morrow of St. Michael, 31 Edw. I. 

La Doune. A messuage &c. 39s. assised rent, 60a. arable, 22a. pasture, 
|a. meadow, works of customers, and pleas &c. of court, held of 
the manor of Hurberton by knight's service, which manor is in the 
king's hand by the death of Reginald de Valle Torta because his 
heirs wiU not claim their right therein. 

Walter his son, aged 14 on the feast of St. Gregory last, is his next 
heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 107. (11.) 

140. Robert Pakeman. 

Writ, 20 Jan. 31 Edw. I. 
Lbicesteb. Inq. taken at Kerby, 20 Feb. 31 Edw. I. 

[Kerby ?] A messuage &c. 28a. arable, 6a. meadow, a pasture, 3a. wood, 
and 6s. rent ; and la. arable which he acquired to him and his 
heirs of Warin de Leure and Agnes his wife, of her inheritance, 
forty years ago ; all held of the king in chief, as of the honour of 
Peverel, by service of doing suit at the king's court of Kerbi 
every three weeks ; and la. arable held of the earl of Leicester, 
service unspecified. 

Simon his son, aged 28, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 107. (12.) 

141. Thomas db Derwentwatee. 

Writ, 29 April, 31 Edw. I. 
CuMBBELAND. Inq. made at Assepatrik on Wednesday the eve of the 
Ascension, 31 Edw. I. 
Derewentwater. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief 
by homage and service of doing suit at his court of Cokermue every 
three weeks, as of the honour of the castle of Cokermue which is in 
the king's hand, including : — 

Legberthwait. 88|a. land put to farm to divers tenants at wiU. 
Fomesate. 50a. land similarly put to farm. 
Wanthwait. 81a. land similarly put to farm. 
Castelrig. 90a. land similarly put to farm. 



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Naddale. 66a. land similarly put to farm. 

Le Waterhouses. 12 cottars holding at will. 

Kesewik. 30 tenants holding in burgage, with certain customs. 

Gilcrouce. 34a. put to farm to divers tenants ; and 7a. held by 

William le Engleis by service of doing suit at the court of 

Derewentwatre thrice yearly. 
Ullaik. Half a carucate of land held by Robert de Tymparon by 
. service of feeding the foresters of the lord of Derewentwatre 

for ten days yearly. 
(Unspecified.) Half a carucate of land, held by the abbot of 

Calder, rendering \2d. and |?6. pepper. 
Talenter. The hamlet (?) held by William de Derewentwatre by 

service "of doing suit at the court of Derewentwatre every 

three weeks. 
Castelrig. Half a carucate of land, held by WiUiam le Bakester by 

service of 4eZ. yearly, and doing similar suit. 
Wllaik. Half a carucate of land held by Stephen de la Rose, 

rendering Id. yearly. 
Naddale. 2a. land held by Maud de Naddale, rendering Id. yearly. 
Crosseby. A moiety of the hamlet held by Thomas de Louthre 

by homage and service of 5s. yearly for comage to the lord of 

Derewentwatre for the king's use, and doing suit as abovesaid ; 

and the other moiety held by Ralph de Eyncourt by service of 

doing fealty to the lord of Derewentwatre, and similar comage. 
Wythebocten. Herbage worth 4Z. yearly. 

John his son, aged . . (30 1) and more, is his next heir. 

G. Edw. I. File 107. (13.) 

142. Walter de Corey alias de Coeri. 

Writ, 10 Oct. 31 Edw. I. 
Cumberland. Inq. made at CarUsle on Sunday after St. Luke, 31 Edw. I. 
Levington. A capital messuage burned by the Scots, 230a. land let 
to divers tenants at will, 42a. land lying waste, a water-miU, a third 
part of a park. West Levington held by Hugh de Levington by 
service of 13s. Id. for comage to the said Walter yearly, and other free 
tenants (named), held of the king in chief by homage and 
service of 18s. for comage to the sheriff for the king's use, and 
doing a third part of one suit at the county (court )_of Cumberland 
every month, 

Walter his son, aged 22 and more, is his next heir. 

G. Edw. I. File 107. (14.) 

143. Thomas de Btjrnham. 

Writ, 30 June, 31 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. Thursday before St. Laurence, 31 Edw. I. (defaced). 

ToUeshunte Tregoz. 60|a. land, 2|a. meadow, 4 free tenants rendering 
lis. 8d. yearly, and customers, in the manor ; the whole of which 
manor, together with the manor of Blunteshale, is held of the king 
in chief of the honour of Peverel by service of 2 (?) knights' fees, 



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Blunteshale manor. A fourth part of a messuage, 60|a. arable, l|a. 

meadow, 2a. pasture, 3r. wood, 10 free tenants rendering 29s. 6d. 

yearly, and a customer (?) doing 2 works every week except the three 

weeks of Easter, Whitsuntide and Christmas, held by the same service. 

He held no other lands &c. in the baiUwick. 

Alice de Bumham his sister, aged 24 and more, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 107. (15.) 

144. William db Chiltone. 

Writ, 4 Jan. 31 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq. made at Maydenestane, 18 Jan. 31 Edw. I. 

Weveringe. 19a. arable, lo pasture, la. wood, and 5s. assised rent, 
held [by the courtesy of England], of the inheritance of Isabel his 
wife, of the heir of Robert de Hugham, a minor and in the king's 
wardship, by service of 10s. yearly rent and doing to the king in his 
army in Wales, for the said heirs, his proportion of a man, a horse, 
price 5s., a sack and a skewer (6rocce), for forty days at his 
own charges. He held nothing of the king in chief by the courtesy 
of England of the inheritance of the said Isabel. 

Isabel aged 16, and Sarra aged 14, daughters of the said William and 
Isabel, are next heirs of the said Isabel. 

Kent ; hundred of Wengham. Inq. made at Canterbury, 19 Jan. 

31 Edw. I. 
Chiltone. A capital messuage, 69a. arable, 15a. pasture, and 47». 4|d!. 

assised rent, held of Robert archbishop of Canterbury in gavelkind 

by service of 66s. 9jd. yearly, suit at the said hundred every three 

weeks, and rendering a sore sparrowhawk or 2s. yearly to the heiis 

of Thomas de Peddmge. 
Rolinge. 68s. 6|d. rent and farm in gavelkind held of the said archbishop 

by service of 13s. 2\d. and suit. 
Chiltone. 36a. arable held by gavelkind of Sir John de Grosehale, Alan de 

HiUes, and others, by service of 24s. l\d. 
Flete by Sandwyc. 19a. pasture held in gavelkind of the master of 

Swynefeud by service of \2d. yearly. 
And he shall pay (sic) 12s. %d. for making presentments in the 

county (court) and hundred yearly, and for suits. 

Heirs as above. 

Kent. Transcript of partition of the lands &c. which the said WilUam 
held, of the inheritance of Isabel sometime his wife, of the heir of 
Robert de Hugham, a minor and in the king's wardship, made at 
Weverynge, 27 Feb. 31 Edw. I. 

The pourparty of Isabel, one of the heirs : — 
Weverynge. 9|a. arable, ^a. pasture, \a. wood, and 2s. 6d. rent. 

The pourparty of Sarra, the other heir : — 
Weverynge. 9^a. arable, \a. pasture, |a. wood, and 2s. Qd. rent. 

G. Edw. I. Files 107. (16.) and 108. (4.) 



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145. Thomas de Gatesden alias de Gatisdennb. 

Writ, 7 May, 31 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq. 17 July, 31 Edw. I. 

Boctone Alulph. A fourth part of the manor (extent given), including 
ploughing and harrowing 7a. of gavelherthe by the tenants, held, 
of the inheritance of Idonia his wife who survives and is of full age, 
of the king in chief, as of the honour of Boulogne, by doing suit at 
the king's court at Wytham, co. Essex, every month, and rendering 
61. 13s. 4:d. yearly to the lepers of Boulogne. 

Stephen his son, aged 28, is his next heir. 

Kent. Inq. 27 July, 31 Edw. I. 

Gatesdenne . The manor (extent given ) held of William de Beumondestone 
by service of a knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 28 and married. 

C. Edw. I. File 107. (17.) 

146. Simon le Hauekbre. 

Writ, 28 June, 31 Edw. I. 
HuNTrsTGDON. Inq. Monday after St. James, 31 Edw. I. 

St. Ives. A messuage, 50a. arable, 14a. meadow, and 5s. rent of two 
free tenants, held of the king in chief by grand serjeanty viz. keeping 
a goshawk at the king's charges and wages in winter""for half a year ; 
and a parcel of meadow held of the abbot of Rammesseye rendering 
him I mark yearly. 

John his son, aged 19 at the feast of St. Martin last, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 107. (18.) 

1 47. Agnes, late the wife of John de Essex. 

Writ, 30 Jan. 31 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. 1 March, 31 Edw. I. 

RadesweU. A plot of land, 60a. arable, 2a. pasture, and 4 free tenants 
rendering 10s. yearly, held, of the inheritance of the said John, of 
the king in chief, as of the honour of Boulogne, by service of doing 
suit at the king's court at Witham at every third court. 

The said John died on Saturday before the feast of St. Martin, 
18 Edw. I, after whose death the said Agnes received that land 
in doT<rer in allowance for tenements which were not in the said 
John's hands on the day he died, because long before his death he 
alienated all his lands &c. in fee to divers persons ; and she held 
the same until Wednesday after the Epiphany in this year, when 
she died and John de Essex, son of the said John and Agnes, who 
says he is the heir, entered upon the same and held them for three 
weeks until 30 Jan. in the same year, when they were taken into 
the king's hands. 

The said John, aged 24 and more, is son and next heir of the aforesaid 
John and Agnes. 

C.Edw.I. File 101, il9,) 



92 INQUISITIONS. 



1 48. John de Passemeee alias Passembr. 

Writ, 20 Jime, 31 Edw. I. 
[York.] Inq. made at Hedon on Saturday after St. James, 31 Edw. I. 

Preston. Three tofts and 8 bovates of land, whereof 48 carucates make 

a knight's fee, held of the king in chief, as of the honour of Albemarle, 

by service of ^ knight's fee, and doing suit at the king's wapentake 

of Holdemesse. 
Sutton. 20a. meadow held of John de Sutton by service of Id. yearly. 
Sotecotes. Pasture for 200 sheep of the Hberty of the provostry of 

Beverley, 
Coldon, A messuage &c. 2 tofts, 9 bovates of land, and a mill, held 

of the archbishop of York by service of 2s. 7|d. yearly. 
Frismerays. 20a. meadow held by the courtesy of England of the said 

archbishop by service of 2s. 6d. yearly. 
Holmeton. Pour tofts and 3 bovates of land, held of the said archbishop 

in free marriage. 
Ulram. 13s. id: rent held of the heirs of John de Frismerays in free 

marriage with Clemence his wife. 
Westland by Hedon. A plot of pasture containing 45o. held of the 

king, rendering 45s. yearly. 
Hedon. A messuage with garden and 9 tofts held in free burgage of 

the king by service of 13s. 3d. yearly. 
He died, on Thursday before the Conversion of St. Paul in the year 
abovesaid. Isabel the wife of WiUiam Stunny, aged 28, Margaret the 
wife of Hugh Sturmy, aged 26, and Beatrice the wife of Henry Tayllour, 
aged 20 and more, are his daughters and next heirs. 

Writ to the escheator to make partition of the lands &o. which were of the 
said John into three equal parts, and cause William de Sturmy and 
Isabel his wife, and Henry le Taillur and Beatrice his wife, who are 
of fuU age and whose fealty the king has taken, to have fuU seisin 
of their pourparties, retaining in the king's hand the pourparty of 
Margaret by reason of the minority of Hugh Sturmy her husband ; 
and whereas the said Hugh has suggested that the said John 
bequeathed certain tenements which he held in burgage in Hedon 
to the said Margaret in his last will, the escheator is commanded 
in the presence of the said WiUiam, Isabel, Henry and Beatrice, 
to make inquisition, whether all persons having tenements in that 
town, and not dwelling there or being at lot and scot with the 
burgesses have the liberty of bequeathing their burgages, and if so, 
whether by charters of former Mngs of England or of ancient use, 
and whether the said John was in lot and scot, and had those 
tenements by hereditary right or by purchase, and what he 
bequeathed &c. 6 Feb. 32 Edw. I. 

Memorandum that the said William and Isabel and Henry and Beatrice 
were warned, and the said William and Henry were present. 

[YoEK.] Inq. made at Hedon on Friday after the octave of Easter, 32 Edw. I. 

Hedon. The said town is a free borough and all persons having tenements 

in the town, as well foreigners as dwellers there, can bequeath their 

tenements to anyone, and have been accustomed to do so from the 



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time of King Henry father of King John whether the said foreigners 
were at lot and scot with the burgesses or not. The said John be- 
queathed all his tenements in Hedon to his daughter Margaret, the 
wife of Hugh Sturmy, and was not then at lot and scot with the 
burgesses. Some of the tenements aforesaid were of his own in- 
heritance viz. the site of his capital messuage with a tenement 
called Westland, a plot by the chapel of St. James, and a croft called 
Grosecrofte, and some of them were of his own acquisition from divers 
persons (named) ; the whole are worth 67s. yearly. 

C. Edw. I. File 107. (20.) 

149. Thomas Dewy. 

Writ, 12 April, 31 Edw. I. 
CoenwaUj. Inq. made at Truueru, 15 July, 31 Edw. I. 

Trewithenek. The hamlet (extent given) held of the king in chief, as 
of the manor of Moresk which is of the ancient demesne of the crown, 
by fealty, rendering at the said manor 4s. 6d. yearly ; and the said 
Thomas never did homage to the king or knight's service or grand 
serjeanty for any of his lands. 

Truueru borough. A moiety of two water-mills held of Sir Thomas de Pridias 
in free burgage by homage and service of 6d. yearly, as of the feoffment 
of Sir John de Ripariis made to David Dewy his father ; a house, two 
shops (seldas) and an oven (fumum), held of Thomas de Pridias, 
Maud de Hywdsse, John de HeUond and Thomas de Tregeminiou (1 ) ; 
and a messuage, garden &c. and I2a. arable in the suburb outside the 
borough, held of Thomas de Pridias by knight's service. 

Boswoer. 30a. land held of Serlo de Nansladron, as of his manor of Alet, 
by knight's service and rendering at the said manor Hd. yearly. 

TregoUas. 28a. land held of John de Treiagu by knight's service and 
rendering 2s. yearly. 

Penwodys. A messuage and 4a. land held of the aforesaid Serlo, as of 
the manor of Alet, by knight's service. 

HeUeston. A house, tenure unspecified. 

Marcasiou. A house, held of John de la Sale, service unknown. 

Penhal. A messuage and |a. Cornish held of the bishop of Exeter by 
service of 3s. yearly. 

[Davijd his son, aged 13, is his next heir, 

C. Edw. I. File 107. (21.) 

150. John de Lyston alias de Liston. 

Writ, 28 Aug. 31 Edw. I. 
Essex, Inq. Wednesday after St. Luke, 31 Edw. I. 

liston. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by grand 
serjeanty viz. by service of making wafers (gwafras) for the king's 
use on the day of his coronation. 
Gosefeld. A capital messuage, 120a. land, 8a. meadow, 10a. pasture, 
21a. wood, 10 free tenants rendering 20s. yearly, 3 customers holding 
33a. land in viUenage and their works, and 6d. perquisites of court, 
held of the earl of Oxford by service of I knight's fee. 
John his son, aged 25 and more, is his next heir. 

G, Edw. I. File 107. (22.) 



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151. Heney Dayeel. 

Writ, 25 Feb, 31 Edw. I. 
MiDDLBSEX. Inq. taken at Westminster, 6 March, 31 Edw, I, 

Haneworth, The manor (extent given), including a water-mill and 
fishery, held jointly with Alice his wife, of the gift of Christina, 
daughter of Alexander de Hamden to them and the heirs of their 
bodies, by fine levied before the justices in eyre in 22 Edw. I ; 
whereof two parts are held of the king in chief, as of the honour of 
WaLingford, now in the king's hand, by service of J knight's fee, 
doing suit at the court of WaUingford every month, and rendering 
3s. yearly at the manor of Istelworth, and the third part is held 
of the abbot of Westminster by service of 30s. yearly ; and 30a. 
heath similarly held of the master of the knights of the Temple in 
England by service of 4s. yearly. 

Henry his son, aged 16 at Whitsunday next, is his next heir. 

G, Edw. I. File 107. (23.) 



152. Petee de Champvbnt. 

Writ, 29 March, 31 Edw. I. 
Essex. 13 April, 31 Edw. I. 

Ragherith. The manor (extent given), including a marsh by the town 
of Hadleye, held jointly with Agnes his wife, by the feoffment of 
John de Bemeval, and by the king's charter of confirmation, 
to them and the heirs of the same Peter, of the king in chief by 
service of a knight's fee. 

Heir unspecified. 

StfSSEX. Inq. made at Arundel, 27 April, 31 Edw. I. 

Ofham. The manor, held, jointly as above, by the demise of WiUiam 
Sturmy to them and the heirs of the said Peter, of Hugh de 
Neville by service of J knight's fee. 

John his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

Cambeidgb. Inq. 31 Edw. I. 

Impiton. The manor (extent given) held, excepting 30a. laud, of the 
heirs of Simon de Insula by service of a knight's fee and 22d. ; which 
manor he acquired of the said Simon to hold to himself and Agnes 
his wife and his heirs, so that the said Agnes now has free tenement 
there ; and he held the 30a. land aforesaid of the prior of BemeweU 
by service of 17c?. yearly. 

Hadenham, Stratham and Thetford, in the Isle of Ely. 42a. land held of 
the bishop of Ely by suit of court every three weeks ; which he 
acquired of William OHver (?) to hold to himself, Agnes his wife 
and his heirs, so that the said Agnes now has free tenement there. 

Heir as above, 

C. Edw. I, File 107. (24.) 



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153. Herbert de Sanoto QxrtNTnsro. 

Writ, 18 Jan. 31 Edw. I. 
Wilts, Inq. 28 Feb. 31 Edw. I. 

Staunton Quintin . The manor (extent given ) held of the earl of Gloucester 
by service of a knight's fee. 

Herbert, son of Herbert de Sancto Quintino the younger, aged 17, 
is his (next heir). 

Dorset. Inq. 15 Feb. 31 Edw. I. 

Frome Quintin. The manor (extent given with names of tenants) held 
of the earl of Gloucester by knight's service, rendering nothing yearly. 
Heir as above, aged 18 and more. 

Writ, 18 Jan. 31 Edw. I. 
[York.] Inq. made at Kyngeston upon Hull, 28 May, 31 Edw. I. 

Le Wodhalle and Brandesburton in Holdemesse. The manors (extents 
given), including rents of freemen in Thorkelby and Eluardby, 
hamlets of Le Wodehale, pasture in ' le Whetholm' in Brandesburton, 
and pasturage in the moor of Killynge and in the wood of Beghum, 
held of the king in chief, as of the honour of Albemarle now in 
the king's hand, by service of \ knight's fee. 

Herbert his grandson, son of Herbert his son deceased, aged 18 on 
the day of the Purification last, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 107. (25.) 

154. Ralph de Boxsted. 

Writ, 2 Jan. 31 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq, 7 Feb. 31 Edw. I. 

Boxsted. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants) held 

of the king in chief of the honour of Boulogne by service of a knight's 

fee, doing suit at the court of the said honour at Wyham every three 

weeks, 
Alfemeston. 60a. arable, 2a. meadow, 12s. rent from 12 free tenants, 

and a water-mill, held of Nicholas de Noers by service of rendering 

3d. yearly. 

Peter his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 107. (26.) 

155. Thomas de Nevill. 

Writ, 16 April, 31 Edw, I, 
Lincoln. Inq. Sunday after St. Mark, 31 Edw. I. 

Stanford. Two messuages held of John de Warenna, earl of Surrey, in 
burgage by service of Id. yearly. 
Thomas son of Hasculph de Nevill, aged 40, is his uncle and next heir 
according to the custom of Stanford. 

Writ, 16 April, 31 Edw. I. 
Rutland. Inq. made at Okham on Monday the eve of St. Barnabas, 
31 Edw,. I, ■ " " 



96 INQUISITIONS. 

Driestoke. Seven messuages, 7 tofts, Ilia. |r. arable, 3|o. Ir. meadow, 
l|a. IJr. pasture, and 12d. rent, held of the bishop of Lincoln in 
chief, with other tenements underwritten which he held by fee tail 
of the same bishop, by homage and service of a knight's fee and suit 
of court at Lydyngton every three weeks. 

Uppingham. 15a. wood held of Henry atte Grene of the same by service 
of Id. yearly. 

From all which there are due to the king S^d. yearly 
from 10a. IJr. land which are held of the bishop for a certain old 
waste. 

Driestoke. A capital messuage, 3 cottages, 180a. land, 7a. meadow, 
2a. pasture, 12a. wood, and 32s. rent of free tenants, held by fee 
tail of the said bishop by the service abovesaid, together with the 
lands abovesaid, by the gift of Eobert de NeviU his father, to 
hold to him and the heirs of his body with remainder to Thomas de 
NeviU, brother of the said Robert, his heirs and assigns ; and 
there are due to the king for 9a. l|r. of a certain old waste 8|d. 
(yearly). 

Theobald de NevUl son of Peter de Nevill, kinsman of Thomas, deceased, 
(who was) the son of Robert brother of the said Peter, aged 30 and more, 
is next heir in blood of the same Thomas if the law permits, for the 
said Peter his father was outlawed by the judgment of the king's court ; 
but the jurors know not if the said outlawry is prejudicial to the said 
Theobald or other kinsmen of the said Thomas with regard to the said 
inheritance, for there are several kinsmen of the said Thomas, deceased, 
on his father's side. 

Leicbstee. Inq. made at Melton Moubray on Saturday after Holy Trinity, 
31 Edw. I. (defective) and duplicate. 

Twyford. Certain tenements held of the king in chief pertaining to the 
manor of Okam, co. Rutland, by homage and service 6Jrf. yearly, and 
doing suit at the court of Okam every three weeks ; which manor 
Margaret countess of Cornwall holds wholly in dower, viz. — a, 
messuage with a croft, 37a. arable and 3a. meadow, and 6s. rent 
which is held of Richard de Caythorp by service of Id. yearly ; and 
there are due yearly 6|(i. to the king which the said countess 
receives as dower for life. 

Somerdeby. A messuage &c. 144a. arable, 4 free tenants rendering 
20s. 7d. yearly, a customer holding a messuage and a virgate of land 
in viUenage, rendering 25s. yearly, 2 cottages, a toft, a windmill, 
perquisites of court, and 5a. meadow, held of WiUiam Maureward 
by service of ^ knight's fee, and rendering 6d. yearly. 

KckeweU. A messuage, 80a. arable, 5a. meadow, 3 free tenants rendering 
17s. yearly, and a customer holding a messuage and a virgate of land in 
viUenage and rendering 20s. yearly, held of Nicholas de Esteleye 
[alias de Estlegh] by service of J knight's fee, and rendering 8s. lOd. 
yearly to the ladies of Sempyngham. 

HaUok [alias Halyhok]. 2a. meadow held of Robert le Warde of Haliok 
by the knight's service pertaioing to so much tenement of that 
fee ; and a water-mill held of Robert son of Nicholas by service 
of 1 [clove giUiflower] ; and there are due [to the bishop of lincolnl 
for the said mill for easement of water 12d, (yearly). 



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Heir, Theobald de Nevill as above, if the law permits &c. John son 
of Stephen de Nevill, brother [of the said Peter and kinsman] of Thomas 
aforesaid, is his next heir after the said Theobald [if the law permits]. 

Writ, 16 April, 31 Edw. I. 
Rutland. Inq. taken at Bradecros on Tuesday after the Nativity of 
St. Mary, 31 Edw. I. 

Driestok. Seven messuages, 7 tofts, Ilia. \r. arable, 3|a. Ir. meadow, 
l\a. l|r. pasture, and \2d. rent from a free tenant, held of the bishop 
of Lincoln in chief by homage and service of | knight's fee, of his 
own acquirement ; 20a, land of assart for a certain old waste some- 
time taken into the king's hand, of the fee of the said bishop, 
charged to the king in 14|d. yearly, which are paid at the king's 
exchequer yearly by the hands of the sheriff ; 30a. land for a similar 
old waste called Pruntehawe of the fee of the said bishop of his 
own encroachment which were not yet arrented to the king : and 
8a. land in Holmes of assart of the king's demesne wood, not yet 
arrented. 

Uppingham. 15a. wood held of Henry atte Grene by service of Id!, 
yearly. 

Driestok. 4a. \r. land held of John de Caldecote in chief by service 
of 2d. yearly. 
He died on Sunday the feast of St. Matthew 31 Edw. I. John son of 

Stephen de Nevill his kinsman, aged 40 and more, is his next heir. 

Leioestee. Ivq. taken at Leicester on Thursday before the Nativity 
of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 31 Edw. I. 
Twyford &c. To the same effect as the inquisition made on Saturday 
after Holy Trinity, 31 Edw. I. 

Heir as last above. 

Writ of scire facias to the escheator, whereas J. bishop of Lincoln, 
asserting that certain lands &c. in Dryestok which Thomas de Nevill 
held of him, and which with other lands &c. were taken into the 
king's hand, pertain to him as escheat, has sought that the same 
may be rendered to him ; and Theobald de Nevill who is in the 
king's service in Scotland, has prayed that the lands &c. may not 
be delivered ; he is commanded to warn as well the said Theobald 
as John de Nevill the other kinsman of the said Thomas claiming 
hereditary right in those lands &c. to be before the king and council 
at York three weeks after Easter next, which day the long has fixed 
for the said bishop to do and receive what the court shall decide ; 
30 Jan. 32 Edw. I. 

G. Edw. I. File 107. (27.) 

156. Roger de HuNTrnGPELD alias de Huntyngfetjd. 

Writ, 5 Dec, 31 Edw. I. 
Cambridge. Inq. 18 Jan. 31 Edw. I. 

Bokesworth. The manor (extent given with names of tenants) held 
of the king in chief by service of \ knight's fee ; and it is charged 
with 535. 4id. yealrly to Robert de Geddingg'. 

William his son, aged 22, is his next heir. 

G 



98 INQUISITIONS. 



Norfolk. Inq. taken at Estbradenliam, 30 Jan. 31 Edw. I. 

Bradenham. The manor (extent given) held of the earl of Lincoln by 
service of \ knight's fee. 
Heir as above, aged 22 and more. 

Lincoln. Inq. 5 Jan. 31 Edw. I. 

Suthorp alias Souththorp. The manor (extent given) held jointly -with 
Joice (Joyusa) his wife of Roger Pedewardyn and Ahce his wife, 
by service of | knight's fee, by the feoffment of Simon de Ellesworth 
to them and the heirs of their bodies. 
Heir as last above. 

Lincoln ; wapentake of skyrbeck. Inq. taken at Boston, 4 Jan. 31 Edw. I. 
Toft. The manor (extent given) held of Eoger Pedewardyn and AHce 
his wife by service of J knight's fee. And he gave to Roger de Stokes 
100s. yearly from the manor for Hfe. 

Heir as last above. 

Lincoln ; wapentake op kirketon. Inq. made at Boston, 4 Jan. 31 Edw. I. 
Frampton alias Frompton. The manor (extent given), including 60a. 
meadow in' le Frith ' and 16a. marsh, held of Roger Pedewardyn and 
Alice his wife by service of 2| knights' fees. 

Heir as last above, 

Essex. Inq. 19 Jan. 31 Edw. I. 

MokeUnton. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), including 
a view of frank pledge on Whitsunday which the baiUff of the half 
hundred of Wyham holds to the use of the Templars of Kersing, 
held of John Fillol by knight's service ; and there ought to be paid 
to the said John for the guard of Baynard's Castle {castri Baygnard) 
7s. 2\d., to the same John 5s. (yearly), to the lady of Borham for a mill 
9s., to Lewis de Craneford for another miU 6s. 3d., to the baiUfi of 
the Templars 4s. at Whitsunday, to Robert son of Walter 18d., 
to the heirs of John de Marisco \Qd., to John de Crek 4d., and to 
Robert Reynberd 4d. 

Heir as last above. 

Suffolk. Inq. taken at HaDesworth, 15 Feb. 31 Edw. I. 

Huntyngfeld. The manor (extent given), including 2 fish ponds, held, 
jointly with Joice (Jocosa) his wife, by the gift and feoffment 
of Simon de Ellesworth, to hold to them and the heirs of the said 
Roger by a fine levied in the king's court, of the king in chief, as 
of the honour of Eye, now in the hand of the coimtess of Cornwall, 
by service of l\ knight's fee ; and the said Joice so continued her 
seisin until the death of her husband. 

Mendham. The manor (extent given) similarly held by similar feoff- 
ment, of the honour of Lancaster in chief by service of | knight's 
fee. 

Westletone alias Westleueton. The manor (extent given) similarly 
held by similar feoffment of Richard Lenebaud, by service of 
i- knight's fee of Peter de Donewic in chief, who held of the king 



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in chief as of the honour of Eye, now in the hand of the countess of 
Cornwall. 



Heir as last above. 



C.Edw.I. J'i7e 108. (1.) 



1 57. Joan la Botillere alias la Butileee, la Boteliee, la Boteleeb, 

LA BOTYLBRE. 

Writ, 26 May, 31 Edw. I. 
Stjreey. Inq. made at Cranlegh, 15 June, 31 Edw. I. 

Shire. The manor (?) (full extent given), including a capital messuage 
with a little garden at ' la Vacherie ' a member of Shire, and a park, 
held of the earl of Warenne by service of two parts of IJ knight's 
fee and doing suit at the" court of Reygate every three weeks. 
Edmund le Botiller her son, aged 29 and more, is her next heir. 

Southampton. Inq. taken at Southampton, 20 July, 31 Edw. I. 

Soppelye. The manor (extent given), including a. pasture called 
'la Merchse,' held of Queen Margaret the king's consort by service 
of 6s. %d. yearly at the castle of Christchurch, which the Mng gave 
to the said queen for life. 

She died on Thursday before Easter in the year abovesaid. Edmund le 
Botelere, aged 30 and more, is her next heir. 

Buckingham. Inq. 26 July, 31 Edw. I. 

Aylesbury. The manor held of the king in chief ; which manor Emma 
late the wife of Richard son of John holds in dower of the inheritance 
of the said Joan, and after her death it will remain to the said Joan's 
heirs, to hold of the king in chief at fee farm by service of a knight's 
fee, rendering 60?. yearly at the king's exchequer. 

Heir as first above. 

Essex. Inq. taken at Chelmersford on Friday after the Nativity of the 
Blessed Mary, 31 Edw. I (defaced). 
Fambregge. The manor (extent given), including ' wardepens,' tenure 
and service unknown ; and there ought to be rendered at the king's 
hundred of Dansy 8s. yearly which is called ' sursise,' and the manor 
owes suit at the said hundred every three weeks (ad tres septimanas 
continue) ; and the baiUff of the lord of the manor shall pay 2s. 6d. 
yearly at Hock day at the said hundred, and if in default it shall be 
doubled and so always doubled at eight days if not paid, which 
moneys are called ' wardepans ' ; and 2s. are paid to William de 
Mareys for a marsh called Editheheme. 

Heir as first above, aged 24 and more. 

C. Edw. I. File 108. (2.) 

158> RoBEET DE Chaundos alias DE Chandos. 

Writ, 26 Nov. 31 Edw. I. 
Heebfoed. Inq. made at Hereford, 12 Dec. 31 Edw. I (defective and defaced). 
SnodhuU. The manor (extent given with names of tenants). 
Welinton. The manor (extent given ^th names of tenants). 



100 INQUISITIONS. 



La Fouhope alias Fouhope. The manor (extent given with names of 
tenants). 

All held of the king in chief by barony, by service of 2 knights' fees, 
doing the services due when there shall be war. 

G. Edw. I. File 108. (3.) 

159. Salomon alias Salamon de Chantts alias db Chanttz. 

Writ, 20 Jan. 31 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq. made at La Feld in Tanet, 13 Feb. 31 Edw. I. 

Coperlond and Atterton. A capital messuage &c. 132a. arable, and 
Zd. assised rent, held of the king in chief by service of holding the 
king's head whenever he shall cross to parts beyond the sea. 

Hawe. 70a. arable and 12a. wood of gavelMnd held of the archbishop of 
Canterbury by service of lis. Sd. yearly rent, and by service of 
ploughing 3r. land or paying M. and a hen price 2c?., Id. for Eomescot, 
and doing suit at the archbishop's court of Reculvere every three 
weeks ; a messuage and 32a. arable held in gavelkind of Henry de 
Newenham by serATice of 17s. rent yearly ; and l\a. arable in gavel- 
kind held of John Philip by service of I2d. yearly rent ; and there 
are 2s. \Qd. yearly assised rent from 4 tenants (named). 

La Felde in Tanet. A capital messuage &c. and I'71a. arable of gavel- 
kind held of Thomas, abbot of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, by service 
of 57s. Zd. jeaTly rent, 2 geese price I2d., 5 hens price 20d., ploughing 
Gersherthe 2a. land, and doing suit at his court at Menstre every 
three weeks ; 4a. arable held of the said abbot by service of 8s. rent 
yearly and doing suit at his court, at Incourt every three weeks ; 
and. 2a. marsh held of the said abbot by service of 12d. rent yearly. 

Tanet. 33|a. arable of gavelkind held of Henry, prior of Christchurch, 
Canterbury, by service of 5s. 8d. (?) yearly rent and doing suit at his 
court at Brokeshend every three weeks ; a pasture and 4Z. 12d. 
yearly assised rent of cotmen (cotemannis) and 32 hens, held of the 
same prior. 

His daughters, Joan the wife of Ralph de la Cheker, aged 25, 
Margery, aged 20, and Maud, aged 7, are his next heirs. 

Extent or summary of the above lands &c. 

Kent. Transcript of Assignment of dower to Isabel late the wife of the said 
Salamon, made in the presence of Ralph del Eschekere who married 
Joan eldest daughter and one of the heirs of the said Salamon, and 
Margery another daughter and heir, of the abovesaid lands, made 
in Tanet, 4 March 31 Edw. I. viz. — 

Coperlonde Attertone. A third part of the capital messuage, 40|a. and 
a third part of |a. arable, and Id. rent. 
And of gavelkind lands : — 

Haghe. A messuage, 70a. arable, 12a. wood, 33a. land, and 2s. lOd. rent. 

Moncketone in Thanet. 33^a. land, a pasture, and 4:1. 12d. assised rent 
from tenants by cotmanry, and 32 hens yearly. So that she shall 
have the said gavelkind tenements so long as she remains unmarried 
according to the custom of Kent, but after she shall marry they 
shall revert to the right heirs of the said Salamon. 



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Kent. Transcript of partition of the lands &c. of the said Salamon between 
his heirs, made at La Felde, 26 Feb. 31 Edw. I, viz.— 

The pourparty of Ealph del Eschekere and Joan his wife :— 
Coperlonde. The whole solar, a moiety of the grange, 28ia. 2r. land in 
Estfeld and MedfeM. s s > s 

And of gavelkind land : — 
La Felde. The great chamber, dovecote, garden, 63a, arable and pasture 
lying by Donstrete, and l^a. marsh. 

The pourparty of Margery another daughter and heir : — 
Coperlonde. A grange and a moiety of the grange by the gate, and 
29a. arable and pasture. 
And of gavelMnd land : — 
La Felde in Thanet. The hall, kitchen and stable with garden, 63a. 
land, and l|a. marsh. 

The pourparty of Maud the third daughter, a minor and in the 
king's wardship : — 
Coperlonde. The hall with garden and 29a. arable and pasture. 

And of gavelkind land : — The chamber at the west of the grange, 
the granary &c. 63a. arable and pasture, and 1 Ja. marsh with a garden 
at Plumstede. 

Kent. Annexed is a transcript of partition of the lands &c. which WiUiam de 
Chiltone held of the inheritance of Isabel sometime his wife, made 
at Weveringe, 27 Feb. 31 Edw. I. {See No. 144.) 

O. Edw. I. File 108. (4.) 



1 60. Roger son of Rogee de Btjeghhttll alias de Boubhull. 

Writ, 12 March, 31 Edw. I. 
Glottcester. Inq. Thursday before St. George, 31 Edw. I. 

Westbury. The whole manor is held of the king in chief by fealty, 
rendering a sore goshawk yearly at the king's exchequer, and doing 
suit at the king's hundred of Westbury every three weeks ; whereof 
the said Roger held a third part (fuU extent given with names of free 
tenants, villeins and cottars), including a messuage, held of the 
king by a third part of the service aforesaid. 

Roger his son, aged half a year and no more, is his next heir. 

Glottcbsteb. Inq. taken at Gloucester on Friday before St. George, 31 Edw. I. 
Dunhatherleie. A capital messuage, 80a. arable, 4a. meadow, 2a. wood, 
and rents of three tenants (named), acquired jointly by the said 
Roger and Juliana his wife of Master John de Chaundos, to them 
and the heirs of their bodies with remainder to the right heirs of 
the said Roger, and held of John Giffard, a minor and in the king's 
wardship, by ^ knight's fee ; and they continued in joint seisin 
until the said Roger's death. 

Roger, son of the said Roger and Juhana, aged half a year and no 
more, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 108. (6.) 



102 INQUISITIONS. 



161. John Matjttdut alias Matjdttyt, Mafdft. 

Writ, 5 Dec. 31 Edw. I. 
Oxford. Inq. made at Bampton, 8 Jan. 31 Edw. I. 

Brouthton. The manor (full extent given with names of free tenants) 

held of the king in chief by service of mewing a goshawk for the 

king's use and bearing it before him at the king's costs yearly, if the 

king shall send him a goshawk. 

John Mauduyt his nephew (or (?) grandson), aged 21 and more, is his 

next heir. 

Oxford. Inq. made at Bampton, 8 Jan. 31 Edw. I. 

Stanlak. A fourth part of the manor (extent given), including a fishery 
in the river Tha(mes), held of the king in chief by service of a 
knight's fee, as of the honour of Caresbrok now in the king's hand ; 
and there are payable yearly to William de Bosco, Sarra (1) . . ., 
and Isabel de Grey, 45. 6d., to the prior of Walinford 5s., to the 
abbot of Eynesham, for the price of Iqr. com, is., and to the 
rector of the church of Stanlak 8d. 
Heir as above. 

Wilts. Inq. made at Malmesbury on the day before the Ides of January, 
31 Edw. I. 
Wyteleg. The manor (extent given with names of three free tenants) held 
of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee, as of the honour of 
Caresbrok now in the king's hand. 

Heir as above. 

Wilts. Inq. made at Malmesbury, 2 Ides of January, 31 Edw. I. 

Someriord Maudut. A messuage &c. i40a. arable, 12a. meadow, pasture, 
lOa. wood, a water-mill, six hereditary free tenants some of whom 
plough for a day at ' grashurthe,' and five free tenants for life (named), 
tenants holdijig in villenage who give ' churchssett ' and hundredselver, 
and pleas &c. of court and heriots, held of the abbot of Malmesbury by 
.service of J knight's fee ; and there are payable yearly to the said 
abbot 5s. 2d., and to the guild of Malmesbury 25. 8d. 

Heir as above. 

C. Edw. I. File 108. (6.) 

162. Nicholas Criel alias de Criel. 

Writ, 19 [*Sept.] 31 Edw. I. (fragment). 
Kent. Inq. 11 Nov 31 Edw. I. 

Eghteham. A moiety of the manor (full extent given with names of 
tenants), including 7a. wood called Curtgrof, and 60a. wasted wood 
called Ealdebery, held of the manor of Eynisforde by service of 
I knight's fee. 

Nicholas his son, aged 20 years and 45 weeks, is his next heir. 

Kent. Inq. 14 Nov. 31 Edw. I. 

Esterynghangre. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), 
including a park and a foreign wood, held of Sir WiUiam de Leyboume 

* See Calendar of Fine Bolls, p. 483. 



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by service of a knight's fee and rendering a sore sparrowhawk 
yearly. 

Heir as above. 

Kent. Inq. 8 Nov. 31 Edw. I. 

Eynisford. A moiety of the town with the castle &c. (full extent given 
with names of tenants), including fishponds, lands in the fields 
of H .... , Northfeld, Porlong, and Suthfeld, 205. U. from the 
heirs of Master Ralph de Frenyngham and their parceners for the 
tenement of Manebi, 2s. 6d. from Reginald de Cobbeham and Robert 
Gerveys for 5a. of Inlond and a meadow in Derteforde, of the 
tenement of Bromhai, 20s. Zd. from the same Reginald and his 
parceners for the tenement of Bachyler, and a cap (pilleum) price 6d. 
at Christmas from the master of the Temple for a mill at Strode, and 
toll and stallage of the market, held of Sir Robert, archbishop of 
Canterbury, by service of | knight's fee, rendering 20s. yearly at the 
archbishop's manor of Otteford, and doing suit at his court there 
every three weeks. 

Heir as above. 

Kent. Inq. 18 Nov. 31 Edw. I. 

Walemere. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants) held 
of Sir Richard Weylond, lord of Folkstane, by service of a knight's fee, 
and it is of the barony of Folkstane, and by rendering 18|S. yearly 
rent at the court of Folkstane. 

Heir as above. 

Kent. Inq. 11 Nov. 31 Edw. I. 

Stokebery. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), 
including tenements in Northeardislose, Sutheardislose, Chun, 
Cokkeham, Craphelle, Heydesole, and Ictenore, held of the king in 
chief by service 1^ knight's fee and J knight's fee, rendering yearly 
for the guard of the castle of Rochester 14s., at the king's hundred 
of Middeltone 5s. 6d. and suit twice a year,, and to Sir John de 
Northwode 5s. 



Heir as above. 



C. Edw. I. File 108. (7.) 



163. Robert de Tatbshale alias de Tatesale, de Thateshalb, de 
Thatessal. j 

Writ, 28 July, 31 Edw. I. 
[Lincoln ;] wapentake oe blloe. Wednesday after the Decollation of 
St. John the Baptist, 1 Edw. I. 
Tyd. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), including 10a. 
arable held of John de Ros by service of 3s. and lib. pepper, a pasture, 
called Edikes, 80a. marsh, a windmill renderiag 2d. yearly to Joan 
de Retherwyk, and 16a. marsh (marekkum) by the sea, held of the 
earl of Lancaster in chief by service of | knight's fee and 5s. 
yearly. 

Robert his son, aged 15 and more, is his next heir. 



104 INQUISITIONS. 



[Lincoln ;] wapentake of skirbeck. Inq. Saturday after the Decollation 
of St. John the Baptist, 31 Edw. I, 
Boston {Sancti Botulphi). The manor (extent given), including tronage 
worth 16Z. yearly, and a messuage called Grenegarth, held of Thomas 
de Multon by no service. 
Heir as above. 

[Lincoln ;] wapentake of beltisloe. Inq. Thursday after St. Giles, 
31 Edw. I. 
Toft. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief, as of the barony 
of Gaunt now in the king's hand, by service of I knight's fee, 
doing suit at the king's court of Folkyngham every three weeks. 

Heir as above. 

Lincoln. Inq. made at Bardeneye on Thursday after St. Matthew, 

31 Edw. I. 
Tateshale. The castle and manor with the hamlet of Thorp (extent 

given), including a several fishery, held with other tenements in 

Norfolk, of the king in chief by barony by service of | knight's fee 

and rendering 40s. fixed fine to the king yearly, 
Kirkeby. A capital messuage with a croft, 40a. arable, 6a. meadow, a 

sheepfold, 6 free tenants, 6 villeins, 7 cottars, lib. pepper and pleas 

&c. of court, held of John de Bek by service of 20Z. 13«. Id. yearly. 
Coningby. 15 free tenants rendering 31s. 4d yearly, held of the bishop 

of Carhsle and other lords by service of 3«. yearly. 
Malteby. A court of free tenants every three weeks worth ^ mark yearly, 

tenure unspecified. 

Heir as above, aged i5 at the feast of St. Edward last, 

Suffolk. Inq. Friday after the Nativity of the Blessed Mary, 31 Edw. I. 
Cratefeld [alias Gratefeld]. The manor (extent given), including 
20a. several pasture in a close called ' le Park,' ' gressilver ' and 
' maltsilver,' held of Roger Bygot, earl of Norfolk and Marshal of 
England, by service of a clove gillyflower. 
Heir as last above, 

Leioestek. Inq. taken at HoleweU by Melton Moubray, on Monday after 
St. Bartholomew, 31 Edw. I. 
HoleweUe and Kettelby. il. 15s. id. rent of free tenants, 161. 8s. 6jd. 
rent of customers, 3s. rent of cottagers, 2 little plots of pasture 
in Kettelby, a fishpond, 31b. pepper, ^U). cummin, 4 capons, 31 hens 
from 31 bovates of land held in villenage, and perquisites of court, 
held of Sir Richard Basset of Weldon in chief by knight's service. 
He died on [Sunday] after St. Peter ad Vincula in the same year. Heir 
as above, aged 13 and more. 

Berks. Inq. Saturday the feast of St. Bartholomew, 31 Edw. I. 

Shaldebume. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), 
including arable lands measured by the king's perch, held of the 
king in chief by serjeanty viz. — by service of keeping and mewing 
a falcon-gentle of the king's, and bearing it himself or by another 
to the king at the king's command at his own costs, and staying 



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there with the falcon as long £(,s the king shall please at the king's ' 
wages ; and there ought to be paid to William de Harden 20s. yearly. 
He held nothing else in the county. 

Heir as above, aged 16. 

Norfolk. Inq. Thursday after the Nativity of the Blessed Mary, 31 Edw. I 
A (three mernbranes faded and defaced). 
Bukenham. The castle and manor (full extent given with names of 
tenants) held of the king in chief as of the crown {corana) by service 
of ... . 
Tibenham. Tqb manor (full extent given with names of tenants). 
Frethebrigg. The hundred (extent given). 
Schropham [alias Schrepham]. The hundred (extent given). 
Lenne. A fourth part of the Tolbooth (extent given). 
Topecroft. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants). 
Denton. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants). 

All held as pertaining to the barony of Tateshale which is held 
of the king in chief, service unknown. 
Heir as above, aged 15 at the feast of the Translation of St. Edward 
the King last. 

Writ, 28 July, 31 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. made at Fyuele on the day of St. Bartholomew, 31 fidw. I. 

Hundmanby [alias Hunmanby]. The manor (full extent given with 
names of tenants), including a messuage without the town called 
' le Burlyn,' a pond with a fishery, a market with toU, J knight's 
fee held by John de Marton in Marton, 11a. pasture in Erlesenge 
and Castelgarthe, and a toU at Fyuele, held of the king in chief in 
barony by service of doing suit at all the county (courts) yearly, 
and at the trithing (court) of Craykhou and the wapentake of 
Dyckering once a year after the feast of St. Michael. 

Heir as above, age unknown because he was not bom in co. York. 

Extent or summary of the above manors, lands &c. with the variations 
there given within square brackets. 

Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 1 Oct. 31 Edw. I. 
Norfolk. Extent, Tuesday after St. Valentine, 32 Edw. I. 
31J knights' f6es and ^ knight's fee, whereof : — 
Shelton, Bedingham, Osemondeston and Mundham. 3 fees held by 

Robert de Shelton. 
Freton. J fee held by Ralph de Burtoft. 

Bronham. 3 fees held by Thomas de Snyterton and his parceners. 
Snetesham and Cangham. | fee held by John de Thorp of the 

inheritance of Alice his wife. 
Cruchestok. J fee held by Petronilla de Vaux. 
Gatesthorp [alias Catesthorp]. 1 fee held by John de BerdeweUe and 

his parceners ; J fee held by the prior of the monks of Theford 

[alias Thetford]. 
Berewyk. J fee held by Reginald de Calethorp. 
Dersingham. 1 fee held by the prior of Binham. 
Sandriugham. • J fee held by Peter de Snetesham. 



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Wimondham. ^ fee held by Thomas de Morle [alias de Morley] parson 

of the church of Reydon. 
Shelfhangel. ^ fee held of Roger de Hoo. 
Herhngg and Brithenham. i fee held by John le Faukener. 
Besthorp and Hokham. | fee held by William le Curszoun [alias de 

Curzon]. 
Besthorp. 1 fee held by Henry Page ; and ^ fee held by WiUiam de 

Bemak. 
Dersingham. J fee held by Isabel de Veteri Aula. 
Hadesco. J fee held by the prior of St. Olave's and^Jiis parceners. 
Little Massingham. | fee held by Thomas de Feltham. 
Toftes and Brecham. Two parts of 1 fee held by Roger de Toftes. 
Ingham and Waxtonesham. 1 fee held by John de Ingham. 
Homingtoft and Kipton. 1 fee held by Gregory de Castello and Hugh de 

Sprouston. 
HiUington. J fee held by Roger son of Osbert. 
Denton. J fee held by the heirs of Robert de Ooolt ; i fee held by 

Robert de Bosco ; and Jq fee held by William de Wetton. 
Brom. 2 J fees held by the heir of Roger de Brom, who is in the king's 

wardship. 
Blonorton. | fee held by Petronilla late the wife of Roger de Brom. 
Holcham, Melton, Wramphgham [alias Wramphncham], Bhforth, EMng- 

ham, Garbodesham, Reueshale, Apeton, Quidenham, Saxhngham, 

Sparham, Stivekeye and Little Melton. 11| fees held by Hugh de 

Veer, who holds of the king in chief of the inheritance of Agnes his wife. 
Rydon. The advowson of the church. 
Stanho. The advowson of the church. 
Attleburgh. The advowson of two parts of the church. 
Denton. The advowson of the church. 
Taseburg. The advowson of the church. 
Cangham [alias Gongham]. The advowson of the church of St. Mary 

the Virgin. 
Toppecroft. The advowson of the chapel. 

Rutland. Inq. taken at Okham on Thursday after Holy Trinity, 32 Edw. I. 
'Wardeleye. ^ knight's fee held by Thomas de Boyvile. 
He had no advowsons of churches in the county. 

LiNOOLN. Inq. taken at Toft, 5 March, 32 Edw. I. (defective). 
Witham. ^ knight's fee held by Sir WiUiam le Breton. 
Obethorp hamlet. ^ knight's fee held by John de Ormesby. 
Little Stratton and Wadingworth. 1 knight's fee held by William le 

Breton. 
WodehaU. J knight's fee held by Alfred atte WodehaU. 
Wispingh[am]. J knight's fee held by Sir John de Bek. 
Tumby. | knight's fee held by Lady Joan de Tumby. 
Tatesh[ale]. The advowson of the church. 
Malteby. The advowson of the church, 

Sussex. Extent made at Arundel, 2 Aug. 32 Edw. I. 

Hertinge and Chitehurst. 3 knights' fees held by Henry Husee. 
Notboume, Opmerdone and Bucgham. 3 faughts' fees held by 
John Romeyn. 



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Leurdyton. 1 knight's fee held by Roger de Bello Campo. 
Westdene and Chelegrave. J knight's fee held by John le Blount. 
Chelegrave. I knight's fee held by John le Child in Chelegrave. 
La Grave. A moiety of ^ knight's fee held by Richard de Picheford ; 

a fourth part of ^ knight's fee held by Robert le Boteler ; and a 

fourth part of ^ knight's fee held by Ralph de la Grave. 
Notboume by Pulberwe, Wildebruge, Merschtone [alias Weston], and 

Westmerdone. 3 knights' fees held by Alan la Souche [alias la Zusche]. 
Pulberwe. 1 knight's fee held by Henry Husee ; and 1 knight's fee 

held by Walter de Insula. 
Bergham, Bebitone, Gretham, Elmere and Tortytone. 5 knights' fees 

held by WilUam de Monte Forti, whereof the prior of Lewes held 

I fee in Neutymbre in frank almoin by the confirmation of 

King John. 
Bulsham. J knight's fee held by William de Bulsham ; and I knight's 

fee held by Hugh de Croftes. 

Leicester. Extent made at Leicester on Friday after St. Nicholas, 32 Edw. I. 

(faded). 
Slauston. ^ knight's fee held by WiUiam Maureward. 
Flekeneye. ^ knight's fee held by Robert de Wavere. 
Bredon. The advowson of the priory. 
Langeley. The advowson of the priory. 
Holewell, Ketelby and Herdeby. | kaight's fee held by Richard de 

Holewell and John le Clerk of Ketelby. 
Sumeredeby, Burg, Little Dalby and Burton Lazars. | knight's fee 

held by John Hamelyn and John de Tateshale. 
Knossington. J knight's fee held by Robert de Nouers. 

Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 1 Oct. 31 Edw. I. 
[York.] Inq. made at BrideUngton on Saturday after St. Michael, 
32 Edw. I. 

Flixton, Folketon and Flothemanby. 16 carucates of land held by 
John de Craysthok by service of 1 knight's fee ; whereof Richard de 
Malbys holds of the said John 4 carucates in Fhxton, Richard de 
Lasscy 6 carucates in Folketon, and the prior of Bridehngton 4 
carucates in alms, and Robert le Conestable 2 carucates, in 
Flothmanby. 

Grendale. The manor held by Walter de Grendale by service of a 
knight's fee. 

Hundemanby. 8 carucates of land held by John Marmion by service 
of a knight's fee ; whereof the said John holds in demesne 3 carucates, 
and Lora de Gaunt holds of him 4 carucates and John de Pratis 
1 carucate. 

Galmeton. 5 carucates of land held by William de Wilehby [alias de 
Wylgheby] by service of | knight's fee, which Robert de Akkelom 
holds of him. 

Moston, Fiuele, Fordon, Ryoheton and Marton. 21 carucates of land 
held by Richard Malbys by service of 2 knights' fees ; whereof the 
said Richard holds in demesne 5 carucates in Moston and Fiuele, 
and John de Heselarton and Robert de Wyeme hold of him 5 carucates 
there, the prior of BrideUngton holds 2| carucates in Fordon, the 
abbot of Witheby 1 carucate, and John and Robert de Heselarton 



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2| carucates, and in Rychton and Marton are 5 carucates which are 

held of the said Richard. 
Ereghom [alias Erghum], Barkeldale and Rychton [alias Righton]. 

6 carucates of land held by William de Ereghom by service of 

I knight's fee. 
Hundemanby. 4 carucates of land held by Thomas de Rossale by 

service of ^ fee. 
Marton. 2 carucates of land held by John de Marton for J fee ; whereof 

the said John holds 1 carucate in demesne, and the prior of Bride- 

Ungton holds the other carucate. 
Ryhton [alias Ryghton]. 2 carucates of land held by Nicholas de Hale 

by service of J fee. 
Buketon. 6 carucates of land held by William de Buketon by service 

of three parts of 1 fee. 
Eston. 3| carucates of land held by Hugh de Cardoyl by service of J fee. 
Hundemanby. 1 carucate of land held by Robert de Boynton by service 

of -jJjj fee ; whereof the said Robert holds one half in demesne, 

and Richard Attedenes and Richard Barcok hold the other 

half ; 1 carucate of land held by John son of John by service of 

J fee ; 1 carucate of land held by Roger de Grimeston by service 

of ^ fee ; ^ carucate of land held by John le Faucouner by service 

of 5^ fee ; 5 bovates of land held by John de Pratis by service of 

^ fee ; 2 bovates of land held by John Hyring by service of :^ fee ; 

and 3 bovates of land held by Hugh Thorald by service of ^ fee. 
Foxol [alias Foxhole]. 2 carucates of land held by Walter de Bubbewith 

by service of J fee. 
Brugham. 1 carucate of land held by Theobald de Brygham by service 

of ^ fee. 
BrideUngton, Besingby, Hildrethorp, Wivelsthorp, Sewardeby, Speton, 

Burton Fleming and WyUardeby. 47 carucates of land held by 

the prior of BrideUngton in frank almoin. 
Hundemanby, The church held by the abbot of Barthenay to his own 

uses. 

Extent or summary of the above knights' fees and advowsons, with 
the variations there given within square backets. 

C. Edw. I. File 109, 

1 64. John, son and heib of Peter Mauveysin of Berewyk. 

Writ to the escheator to take the proof of age of the said John, 20 Feb. 
31 Edw. I. 
Salop. Proof of age made at Berewyk on Monday after St. Gregory the Pope, 
31 Edw. I. . B J V , 

Henry de Garmeston, aged 60, says that the said John was bom at 
Astleye by Berewyk and baptized in the church of St. Mary there, 
6 August, 9 Edw. I, and was 21 on that day last past ; and this he knows 
because he had a daughter Anable who was bom at the feast of AU 
Saints in the same year ; who is of that age. 

Walter de Burton, aged 60, says the hke, and knows it because he 
had a godson (ftliolum), Stephen de Felton, who married his daughter, 
who was bom in the same year and in the present year proved his age 
before John de la Lee, of whom he holds his tenements. 



EDWARD I. 109 



Richard Braz, aged 41, says the like, and knows it because in the same 
year he bought the tithes of com of the church of Upton under Haghmon, 
and in returning through Astleye he heard that the said John was bom. 

Henry del Ree, aged 45, says the like, and knows it because his father 
died in the preceding year. 

William Payn, aged 43, says the Uke, and knows it because in the 
following year he married his wife. 

Roger Fox, aged 52, says the like, and knows it because he had a son 
Reginald who was bom in the same year. 

Roger de Neubolde, aged 70, says the like, and knows it because he had 
a daughter Alice who was bom in the same year. 

Geoffrey de Morton, aged 47, saj'^s the hke, and knows it because in 
that year he came to dwell with Sir Robert Corbet at Morton where he 
has stayed until now, and in coming through Astleye he heard that the said 
John was bom. 

Hugh de Norton, aged 52, says the Hke, and knows it because he had 
a daughter Petronilla who was bom in the same year. 

John Robylot, aged 44, says the hke, and knows it because in the same 
year died his uncle, Godfrey the chaplain, whom he was serving. 

William the smith (/after), aged 52, says the Uke, and knows it because 
he had a daughter Edeline who was bom two years after. 

John Russel of Donjmton, aged 45, says the like and knows it because 
in that year he was with one Sir Thomas Botereal, who had a son John 
who died in the same year. 

C.Edw.I. ^i/e 110.(1.) 

1 65. Richard, son and heir of Hugh le Heryz. 

Writ to the escheator to take the proof of age of the said Richard, whose 
lands &c. are in the wardship of Richard le Casteleyn by the demise 
of the executors of Edmund sometime earl of Cornwall, to whom 
the king committed the same, 9 April, 31 Edw. I. 
Nottingham. Proof of age made at Notingham, 15 July, 31 Edw. I. 

WilUam Torkard of Chilewelle, aged 45, says that the said Richard 
was bom at Stapelford, in his father's house, on the day of Holy Trinity, 
10 Edw. I, and on the morrow was baptized in the baptistery of the 
church there, and brother Richard de Normanton, abbot of La Dale, 
brother William de Jorz, friar of the order of preachers, and Helen 
(JElerm) who was the wife of Benedict de Stapelford lifted him from the 
sacred font ; and this he recollects because for three years before the said 
birth he was of the household (jamiliaris) of Hugh the father, and in 
the last year in which he served the said Richard was bom, and at the 
feast of St. Michael following he withdrew from that service ; and in 
that year the king was in the war of Wales, and Llewellyn sometime 
prince of Wales was taken and slain after the feast of St. Martin, 21 
years ago immediately after that feast next to come. 

Robert le Macon of Stapelford, aged 50, says the hke and recollects 
because on the day of the Ascension Joan mother of the said Richard, 
then pregnant with him, hfted his daughter from the sacred font, and 
called her by her own name, 21 years ago. 

Geoffrey son of Ralph of Stapelford, aged 46, agrees, and recollects 
because one Richard son of Beatrice, who married witness's mother, 
and held two bovates of land in Stapelford of his inheritance by the courtesy 



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of England, died on the morrow of the Ascension before the said Richard's 
birth, and on the day of the said birth he did fealty to his lord the prior 
of Newstead (de Novo loco) for the said land, 21 years ago at the feast of 
Holy Trinity last. 

Robert Aubrey of Stapelford, aged 45, agrees, and well recollects 
because Avice his mother died on the day of St. Thomas the Martyr at 
Christmas following, 21 years ago at Christmas next. 

Nicholas son of Richard of Stapelford, aged 50, agrees, and recollects 
because he went with Geoffrey de Stapelford, knight, his lord, to the 
war in Wales at the feast of St. Michael after the said Richard's birth, 
20 years ago at the said feast last past, and in the following year Llewelyn 
prince of Wales and David his brother were taken and slain. 

Simon de Breydeston, aged 55, agrees, and recollects because he 
demised two bovates of land in Breydeston to one Nicholas de Breydeston, 
at the feast of St. Michael following the said Richard's birth for 20 years, 
which land nearly a year ago came to his hands by lapse of the term. 

Roger de Mamecestre, aged 50, agrees, and recollects because he was 
impleaded by one Henry Balcock at Lincoln before the justices in their 
last eyre by a writ of trespass, immediately after Holy Trinity, 21 years ago. 

Elias Torkard in Hukenhale, aged 60, agrees, and recollects because 
on the day of the Nativity of the Blessed Mary next after the said 
Richard's birth he married one Ahce, daughter of Geoffrey de Heriz of 
Stapelford, 21 years ago from the said feast next to come. 

William Torkard in Boneye, aged 50, agrees, and recollects because 
in Whitsun week before the said Richard's birth, Margery his wife taken 
with great weakness bore a son scarcely 6 thumlas in length, who never- 
theless Uved until he was baptized and then died. 

Robert son of Gervase of Stapelford, aged 60, agrees, and recollects 
because Avice his wife died at Stapelford in Easter Week before the 
said Richard's birth, 21 years ago last Easter, and he married Margery 
now his wife in Whitsun week in the following year. 

John de Breydeston in Stapelford, aged 55, agrees, and recollects 
because he married Fehcia his wife on Wednesday in Whitsun week 
(next) before the said Richard was bom. 

John son of John of Stapelford, aged 41, agrees, and recollects because 
John his father was in the war of Wales with Sir Peter de la Mare and 
was drowned with his lord and many others, as well knights as others, 
in the water of Conewey on the day of St.. Leonard next after the said 
Richard's birth 21 years ago. 

G.Edw.l. File 110. {2.) 

166. Adam de Chaelbton. 

Writ, 23 April, 31 Edw. I. 
[NoBTHTJMBERLAND.] Ivq. made at Beldyncham on Saturday after St. John 
ante Portam Latinam, 31 Edw. I. 
Charlton, The manor (extent given), including a dwelling house {mansio) 
in ' ie Hunteland ' called ' le Scele,' held by service of ^ knight's 
fee of the manor of Tirset in Tyndale, which is in the king's hand 
by the forfeiture of John Comyn of Badenagh. 

William his son, aged 22 at the feast of St. Laurence next, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File no. (3.) 



EDWARD I. Ill 



167. Robert de Byngham. 

Writ, i June, 31 Edw. I. 
Dorset. Inq. made at Dorcestre, 25 Aug. 31 Edw. I. 

Weststaford. A capital messuage &c. 80a. arable, 6a. meadow, a com- 
mon pasture, 7s. rent of two free tenants (named), 18s. lid. rent of 
customers and cottars, and 2s. pleas &c. of court, held of the king 
in chief by service of J knight's fee as of the ma.nor of Weye 
Bayose, which manor the king acquired of the heirs of Stephen 
de Bayose, and rendering 6d. yearly at the same manor. 

Richard, son of Robert de Bingham, the younger, also deceased, 
aged 22 and more, is grandson (?) (nepos) and next heir of the aforesaid 
Robert, 

Dorset. Inq. 27 Aug. 31 Edw. I. 

Wulcome Bingham. The manor (extent given), including a fish pond, 
held of Hugh Puynz for |- knight's fee, pertaining to the said Hugh's 
barony of Cury Malet, and rendering to him 12d. and IS), cummin 
yearly. 

Heir as above. 

G.Edw.I. File no. {4..) 

168. Adam Gokerey alias de GotrNFRSY. 

Writ, 10 Nov. 31 Edw. I. 
Derby. Inq. made at Chapel del Fryth on Thursday before St. Andrew 

{fragment). 

WormehuUe. A messuage &c. [and 15]a. (land), (held of) in 

chief by service of keeping with bow and arrows.* 

Adam his son, aged . . and more, is his next (heir). 

G.Edw.I. File no. (5.) 

169. Alan lb Blund alias le Blont, le BLxriirT. 

Writ, 28 April, 31 Edw. I. 
Bedford. Inq. 15 Dec. 32 Edw. I. 

Wardon. A messuage, 40a. arable and l-|a. meadow held of the king 

in chief by service of ^ knight's fee. 
Bikeleswade. A messuage, 20a. arable and la. pasture, held of the 
bishop of Lincoln for 6s. 6d. yearly. 

John his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

G.Edw.I. File 110. (6.) 

170. WiLLLAM DE Warthhole aKas DE Warthole. •• 

Writ, 10 Nov. 31 Nov. I. 

Cumberland. Inq. made at CarHsle on Tuesday after St. Nicholas, 

32 Edw. I. 

Warthole. Two messuages and 4 bovates and 5a. of land, held, of 

the heir of Hubert de Multon, who held of the heir of Thomas de 

Multon, of Gilleslaund, lately a minor and in the king's wardship, 

* Gf. Calendar of Inq^wsitions, voJ. vi. No. 316. 



112 INQUTSlTTONS. 



by homage and service of 15d. for comage to be rendered yearly 
to the sheriff of Cumberland by the hands of the said Hubert or his 
heirs for the king's use ; and a messuage and 2 bovates of land, 
held of Eobert de Ireby by service of 6d. for comage to be rendered 
yearly by the hands of the said Robert to the said Sir Hubert or 
his heirs (and by them ?) to the sheriff for the king's use. 
Plumland. A fourth part of the water-mill held for Ufe of the gift of the 
said Sir Hubert. 
John his son, aged 9 and more, is his next heir. 

C.Edw. I. File 110.(1.) 

171. Roger la Ztjschb alias la Zoxjchb. 

Writ, 28 Aug. 31 Edw. I. 
Leicester. Inq. Tuesday after St. Barnabas, 32 Edw. I. 

Lobesthorp. The manor (extent given) held of WiUiam la Zouche by 
service of J knight's fee of the gift of Mihcent de Montealto in 
52 Hen. III. 
He held no other lands &c. in the baiUwick. 

Roger his son, aged 11, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 110. (S.) 

172. Henry son of Aucher alias Henry Atjcher. 

Writ, 10 Nov. 31 Edw. I. 

SoTJTHAMPTOiir. Inq. made at Byke[ton] (Jragment undated). 

Byketon a chapel 20a. meadow 4a. and 

it can be sold .... 18s. rent 20 customers render .... 

a mill &c. (held of) the earl of Salisbury 

Wilts. Inq. 16 Dec. 32 Edw. I. 

Fissherton. The manor (extent given with names of tenants) held of 
the earl of SaHsbury by service of | knight's fee. 

Aucher his son, aged 21 and more, is his next heir. 

Cambridge. Inq. 30 Nov. 32 Edw, I. 

Pampesworth. The manor (extent given) held, by the courtesy of 
England of the inheritance of Ela sometime his wife, of the bishop 
of Ely by service of a knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 24. 

Essex. Inq. made at Eppyng on Thursday before St. Thomas the Apostle, 
32 Edw.^I. 

Great Laufar. The manor (extent given) with the advowson of the 
church held of the abbot of Waltham Holy Cross by service of 
J knight's fee ; and there are due 101. yearly to the said abbot and 
I mark for suit at the king's court of the honour of Boulogne, and 
for another tenement to the said abbot at his manor of Nettleswell 
18d., \lb. pepper and lib. cummin. 

Coppedehalle. A manor called ' La CoppedehaE ' (extent given), 
including a park of 60a., and 60a. of ' Poeres Lond,' held of the said 
abbot by homage ; and 188. 4d. are due to the said abbot (yearly). 



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Shingledehalle. A manor called 'La Shingledehall ' (extent given) 
held of the said abbot by homage ; and there are due (yearly) 8s. lOd. 
to WilUam le Madle, 2s. to Robert de Heyle, 4s. to John atte 
church (de ecclesia), and id. to John le Graunt. 
Waltham. The office of forester of the king's forest of Waltham held of 
the king in chief by grand serjeanty, viz. — being forester of that forest. 
Heir as above, aged 24 and more. 

C.Edw.I. File 110. (9.) 

173. Robert de Denham. 

Writ, 20 Oct. 31 Edw. I. 
Suffolk. Inq. Thursday before St. Margaret, 32 Edw. I. 

Denham. A messuage, 42a. land, 3a. wood, la. pasture and |a. 
meadow, held jointly with Margaret his wife of the king, in chief, 
as of the honour of Eye now in the hand of the countess of Cornwall, 
by service of ^ knight's fee ; which tenements they acquired to 
them and the heirs of the said Robert of Thomas de Denham, to 
hold of him and his heirs by a fine levied in the king's court, not- 
withstanding which the said Robert died in the homage of Edmund 
late earl of Cornwall for the said tenements ; a capital messuage, 
24a. land in demesne, 4a. wood, 3a. meadow, 2a. pasture, 5 messuages, 
38a. land in villenage, 5s. rent, 15 hens, works &c. held in socage of 
Adam le Flemyng in chief by service of 18s. Gd. yearly ; a moiety of 
a messuage, 12a. land, la. wood, and |a. pasture, held in socage 
of the parson of Hoxne in chief, paying him 2s. id. yearly ; 20a. land 
held in socage of the bishop of Norwich in chief, doing 10c?. yearly 
at the bishop's hundred of Hoxne and a third part of 1 suit at the 
hundred (court) yearly ; 12a. land held of John de Castre in chief 
by socage by service of 12d. yearly ; and 12d. pleas &c. of court. 
He held no other lands &c. in the baiUwick. 
John his son, aged 17' at the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist 

last, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 110. (10.) 

174. Henry de Helyun alias Henry Helyon, Helyotjn, de Helyoitn. 

Writ, 1 Nov. 31 Edw. I. 
Suffolk. Inq. Monday before St. Nicholas the Confessor, 32 Edw. I. 

Haverihill. The manor (extent given), including a third part of the market 
whereof the earl of Gloucester takes two parts, and certain amerce- 
ments for breaking the assise of ale whereof a moiety pertains to 
the manor and the other moiety to the abbot of St. Edmund's 
hundred of Ryssebreg, held of the king in chief by service of 
I knight's fee ; and 17s. id. assised rent whereof the said Henry 
and Alice his wife were enfeoffed jointly by their own acquisition. 
Henry his son, aged 3 at Christmas day next, is his next heir. 

Essex. Inq. Wednesday after St. Nicholas the Confessor, 32 Edw. I. 

Bumsted. A messuage, 60a. arable, 5a. meadow, 6a. pasture, 6a. wood, 
a mill, rents of free tenants (named), and pleas &c. of court, held of 
the king in chief by service of J knight's fee. 

Heir as above. 

C.Edw.I. File 110. {11.) 

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175. EOGEB LB GrAS. 

Writ, 14 Oct. 31 Edw. I, 
Essex. Inq. taken at Chelmersford, 3 Nov. 31 Edw. I. 

Little Badewe. The manor (extent given) held jointly with Joan his wife 
of the heir of Philip Bumel, a minor and in the "king's wardship, by 
service of &d. yearly. 

Terlyngg. A manor (extent given) held jointly with the said Joan, 
by the gift of Nicholas le Gras who enfeoffed them thereof together 
with the aforesaid manor of Little Badewe, to hold to them and 
the heirs of their bodies of the bishop of Norwich by service of a 
knight's fee ; and the said Jban had seisin until the day of the 
said Roger's death. 
Nicholas le Gras his brother, aged 25 and more, is his next heir. 

Surrey. Inq. 28 Nov. 32 Edw, I. 

Littleton. The manor (extent given) held of John de Gobeham by service 

of entertaining him and acquitting his expenses for food and drink 

on his coming there with 5 horses twice a year, viz. — for two days 

and two nights, for all service. 
Yrtyndoh. A virgate of land held of Henry de Guldeford by service of 

rendering 2s. 8d. yearly ; and 4a. arable held of Andrew de Brayboef 

by service of rendering a clove {clavam galiofiri) yearly ; and 12a. 

arable held of the heirs of Hamo de Gatton, rendering lO*. yearly 

at fee farm. 
Cheddyngefold. A virgate of arable land held of Robert le Dol by service 

of ^j knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 22 and more. 

Writ, 14 Oct. 31 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. taken at Chelmersford, 8 Jan. 32 Edw^. I. 

Little Badewe. The manor (extent given) held jointly with Joan his 
wife, by the gift of Nicholas le Gras, brother and heir of the said 
Roger, to hold to them and the heirs of their bodies, of the heir of 
Philip Bumel, a minor and in the king's wardship ; and Maud Bumel 
is dowered of the manor of Borham, of which the manor of Little 
Badewe is held, by service of 6d. yearly. 

Terlyngg. The manor (extent given) similarly held of the bishop of 
Norwich by service of a knight's fee. 

Heir as first above. 

Writ of plenius certiorari, because the aforesaid Nicholas asserts that 
the said Joan was not enfeoffed jointly with her husband as stated 
in the above inquisitions, and that the sub-escheator at the taking 
of those inquisitions refused to accept his reasons and claims, and 
the said Joan has not come to seek her right, if she has any, and it 
appears that Ralph de Gras, ancestor of the said Roger was in the 
wardship of R. Bishop of Bath and Wells ancestor (sic) of the said 
Philip Bumel, by reason of the aforesaid lands &c. ; the escheator is 
commanded to make enquiry &c. in the presence of the said Nicholas 
and Joan ; 30 Jan. 32 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. made at Stratford in the presence of both parties, 16 March 
32 Edw. I, *- , , 



EDWARD I. 115 



Roger le Gras on the day of the Nativity of the Blessed Mary, 
30 Edw. I, enfeoffed Nicholas le Gras, his brother, of the manor of 
Badewe and lands &c. in Terlyng, who peacefully continued his 
seisin until the feast of St. Luke following, when by his charter he 
enfeoffed the said Roger and Joan his wife of the same, to hold 
to them and the heirs of their bodies, so that if the said Roger should 
die without such heir the said Joan should hold the same for her 
Ufe, with remainder to the right heirs of the said Roger. The said 
Roger and Joan continued their seisin until Thursday after St. Michael 
following when the said Roger died. The manor of Little Badewe 
is held of the heir of PhiUp Bumel, a minor and in the king's ward- 
ship, as of the manor of Borham by service of 6d. yearly ; and the 
lands &c. in Terlyng are held of the bishop of Norwich by service 
of a knight's fee. 

C.Edw.I. File WO. {\2.) 

176. William de Hardredeshtjll alias Hardscill, de Habdbscill, 

DE HaBDREZHILLE, DE HaRDESHTJLL. 

Writ, 10 Nov. 31 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. Wednesday after St. Nicholas, 32 Edw. I. 

Cokewold. A manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by serjeanty 
and by service of finding a footman with a pike {cum una hack' 
ad pyk) with the king in war in Wales for forty days at his own charges, 
and by service of 5s. to be paid to John Dalison. 

John his son, aged 12 and more, is his next heir. 

Lincoln. Inq. Wednesday after St. Andrew, 32 Edw. I. 

Saleby. The manor (extent given), including a moiety of the tolls of 
Alford, held jointly with Juhana his wife, by the gift &c. of Eustace 
de Hacche to them and the heirs of their bodies by a fine made in 
the king's court, of the heir of Walter Pedewardin by service of a 
knight's fee ; a bovate of land aforesaid (sic), save a sixth part, 
held by the said WiUiam and Juliana of William de Strubbi by 
service of 20<j!. yearly ; and they rendered 10s. yearly to the prior 
of Sixil for a certain tenement aforesaid [sic) in Strubbi. 
Heir as above. 

Lincoln. Inq. taken at Roulle on Wednesday before St. Lucy, 32 Edw. I. 

{defaced). 
Kellesey. The manor (extent given) held jointly as abovesaid by 

similar fine, of the mother church of Lincoln by service of 20s. yearly. 
Suth Kell(esey) and North Kell(esey). Two bovates of land pertaining 

to the manor aforesaid similarly held by the service aforesaid, and 

paying besides \Qd. yearly to the bailiffs of the king's soke of 

Thwangcastre. 

Heir as above. 

Warwick. Inq. 2 Jan. 32 Edw. I. 

HardeshuU. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), 
including a mill called Panckemilne, held of Ralph de Sapecote by 
service of a knight's fee. 
Heir as above, aged 10 at the feast of St, Michael, 31 Edw. I. 



116 INQUISITIONS. 



Extent or summary of the lands &c. taken into the king's hand, 
viz. the abovesaid manors of Cokewolde and HardredeshuU, divided 
into a third part and two parts. 

C.Edw.I. Jt7e 110.(13.) 

177. RicHARB DB Shut alias de Schute. 

Writ, 9 May, 31 Edw. I. 

SoTTTHAMPTON ; ISLE OF WiGHT. Inq. made at SchoreweU, 1 April, 33 Edw. I. 

La Schute. A decayed (dehilis) hall and ox-house with garden &c., 

20a. arable, 10a. pasture, \\a. meadow, a water-mill, a broken 

fuUing-miU, and 8 free tenants rendering 13s. 4cZ. yearly, held of 

John de Oskereswell by service of J knight's fee. 

He held nothing of the heir of WiUiam de Insula, a minor and in 
the king's wardship. 

Robert his son, aged 6| years, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File WO. {14..) 

"MB. Agatha Taillard alias TayijLard. 

Writ, 20 June, 31 Edw. I. 
Dorset. Inq. made at Dorcestre, 23 Jan. 34 Edw. I. 

Sturmenistre Marshal. A seventh part of the manor (extent given) 
held for life, of the grant of Eleanor sometime countess of Winchester 
deceased, of the king in chief in free socage by service of finding a 
seventh part of four men and of a tithing-man (decenarii) at the 
sheriff's turn twice a year, for the whole manor shall find the said 
four men &o. 

The said Eleanor's nieces Cecily de Bello Campo and Joan de Vivonia 
her sister, her nephews James de Bohun and John de Mohun, her sister 
Agatha de Mortuo Man, and her kinsman Aymer de Archiaco, each 
aged 21 and more, are her next heirs. 

Writ to the escheator to enquire whether Sibyl the wife of Guy de Rupe 
Cawardi is a niece and one of the coheirs of the said Eleanor, as the 
king is given to understand, or not, 9 March, 34 Edw. I. 

Inq. made at Somerton, 11 April, 34 Edw. I. 

The said Sibyl, aged 30 and more, is a niece of the said Eleanor, and 
coheir of the aforesaid Joan, Cecily, John, James, Agatha and Aymer. 

C. Edw. I. File 110. (15.) 

179. John be Cogan. 

Writ to the escheator to enquire as to the lands &c. late of the said John 
by a jury not of the afinity of Thomas his son and heir, to be returned 
at the exchequer at York on the morrow of St. Michael without further 
delay. Witness, P. de Wyloughby, deputy of the treasurer, 5 June, 
31 Edw. I. by Memoranda Roll of the same year, Easter term. 
Somerset. Inq. made at Bridgwater {Bruge Walteri), 29 July, 31 Edw. I. 
Honespull. The manor held of the king in chief as a member of the 
manor of Baunton, co. Devon, by service of i knight's fee, 



EDWARD I. 117 



Devon. Inq. taken at Exeter on the last day of July, 31 Edw. I. 

Baumpton. The manor, with the manor of Ufculm which is a member 
thereof, held of the king in chief by service of \ knight's fee, 

E. Inq. p.m. File 6. (16.) 

180. Bartholomew de Anesbye. 

Writ as before, to the esoheator to enquire as to the lands &c. late of the 
said Bartholomew, to be returned before the barons of the exchequer 
on the octave of St. Michael next. Witness W. de Carleton at York, 
4 June, 31 Edw. I. 
Hbeefobd. Inq. made at Hereford, 18 June, 31 Edw. I. 

Kyngeston. A messuage and garden, 66a. arable, la. meadow, |a. wood, 
55. Zd. rent of free tenants (named), and pleas &c. of court, held 
of the king in chief by grand serjeanty, viz. — conducting the king's 
treasure, on reasonable summons, from the castle of Hereford to 
the Tower of London at the king's charges, taking \2d. a day, and 
also carrying (?) the king's writs from KyngestOn to Clifford. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 6. (17.) 

181. John son oe Abe (filius Aeri, Aery). 

Writ to enquire what lands &c. the said John held, . . . May, 31 Edw. I 
(defaced). 
Salop. Inq. Tuesday after the Assumption, 31 Edw. I. 

Hauerekercote alias Hauekercote. The hamlet held of the king in chief 
by service of finding a footman with a bow, two arrows and a bolt 
(uno hujone) in the king's army if there shall be war between the king 
and the prince of Wales, who, seeing the king's enemies, shaU shoot 
his two arrows at them and then return to his own country unless 
the king wishes to retain him further at wages. 

E. Inq. p.m. File&.{\%.) 

182. John de Esthopb. 

Writ of ^certiorari as to what lands &c. the said John held of the king in 
chief in Asshefeld, co. Salop, to be returned at the exchequer at 
York on the morrow of St. Martin. Witness, W. de Carleton, 
4 Oct. 31 Edw. I. 
Salop. Inq. made at the castle of Holegot, 20 Oct. 31 Edw. I. 

Essefeld. Half a virgate and 3a. of land, viz. — the site of a messuage 
and 30a. land, held of the king in chief, serAdce unspecified. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 6. (19.) 

1 83. Roger, father oe Edmund de Mortuo Maei, and Mattd his mother. 

Writ to the escheator to enquire what lands &c. the said Roger and Maud 
held, to be returned at the exchequer at York on the morrow of 
St. Michael at the escheator's peril for default. Witness, P. de 
Wylughby, deputy of the treasurer, 5 June, 31 Edw. I. 
Hereford &o. Ivq. made at Hereford on Thursday the feast of the Decolla- 
tion of St. John the Baptist, 31 Edw. I. 



118 INQUISITIONS. 



Wygemore. The castle and manor on the borders of . co. Hereford, 
with its members, viz. — Leynthales Stalkare, Leynthale Earl's, and 
Orleton, were held by Eoger de Mortuo Man, the said Edmund's 
father, of the king in chief by a whole barony by service of 2 knights 
in Wales in time of war, and 1 knight in England in time of war. 

Radenore. The castle and manor on the borders of the said county, 
with its members, viz. — ^Kyngeslone, Erslone and Penebrugge, were 
held by Maud de Mortuo Man, the said Edmund's mother, of the 
king in chief for a fourth part of a barony, owing the service of 
1 Imight in time of war in Wales. 

Glotjcestbk. Inq. taken at Gloucester, 4 August, 31 Edw. I. 

The said Roger held nothing in the county except of the inheritance 
of Maud his wife. 
Aure in the hundred of Blydeslouwe. A messuage, 21|a. arable, 4a. 
meadow, 2a. pasture, a pasture upon Auresand not measured, a fishery 
in the river Sevare, 2l5. 2d. assised rent of 8 free tenants, 33«. 2d. 
rent of villains and cottars, and a moiety of the hundred whereof 
the pleas &c. are worth 60s. yearly, were held by the said Maud, 
mother of Edmund de Mortuo Mari, of the laing in chief by 
homage. 

Glotjcester. Inq. taken at Cyrenc(estre), 12 Sept. 31 Edw. I. 

Herlingthon in the Liberty of Cyrenc(e8tre). Six virgates of arable land. 

Chyriton. 6a. arable. 

Hamptonet. Half a virgate of land. 

All held by the said Maud of the king in chief as parcel of the 
barony of Radenore. 

Salop. Inq. Wednesday after the Assumption, 31 Edw. I. 

Clebur(y) Mortimer and Cheylmerch. The manor with its members, 
viz. — Emewode and Huggeley were held by the said Roger of the 
king in chief by serjeanty, by reason of the lands &c. which were 
of Roger de Bedleem, sometime earl of Salop, now in the king's 
hands, owing the service of being steward of the said earl's lands 
throughout the whole of the county of Salop and beiiig keeper of 
the castle of Bridgnorth {Bruges). 

Leyntwardyn. The manor, a member of the barony of Wiggemor, was 
held by the said Roger of the king in chief, service unknown, because 
the barony is in co. Hereford. 

The said Roger held no other lands &c. in the county. Maud, 
mother of the said Edmund, held no lands in the county, except 
in dower for a third part of the manor of Cleybur(y) and Cheil- 
merch. 

Somerset. Inq. 26 August, 31 Edw. I. 

The said Roger held no lands of the king in chief in the county. 
Bridgwater. The castle with a third part of the town, was held by 
the said Maud of her own inheritance of the king in chief, together 
with two parts of the manor of Odecomb by service of | knight's 
fee, as the jurors understand. 

E. Inq. p.m. Edw. I. File 6. (20.) 



EDWARD I. 119 



184. Juliana de Wrokeshale, and John de Haddon and Anastasia 

HIS WIFE. 

Writ (ad melius inquirendum) to the escheator ; whereas in the 
inquisitions made concerning the lands &c. held as well by the said 
Juliana and Wenthhan late the wife of Eustace her son, as by the 
said John and Anastasia, it is contained that the said Juliana held 
nothing of the king in chief, but that the said Wenthhan held in 
dower certain lands &c. in Est bury of the king by knight's service 
of the inheritance of the said Juliana ; and that John son of Henry de 
Ceme, John son of Richard de Brokenebergh, Henry son of the 
aforesaid John and Anastasia, and Margery sister of the said Eustace, 
are next heirs of the said JuUana ; and that Henry son of the said 
John and Anastasia is their next heir ; nevertheless the king is given 
to understand that as well the said Juliana as the said John held 
lands &c. of the king and others of the inheritance of the aforesaid 
Juliana and Anastasia ; he is therefore commanded to enquire into 
whose hands the lands of the said Juhana have come &c., what 
lands &c. the said John held of his own inheritance and of the 
inheritance of the said Anastasia, who, is the next heir &c., and 
which of the said Juliana, John, and Anastasia died first, &c. 
28 Jan. 31 Edw. I. 
Berks. Inq. Friday the feast of St. Peter in Cathedra, 31 Edw. I. 

Estbury. A moiety of the manor (extent given) was held by the said 
Juhana of her own inheritance of the king in chief, by homage and 
service of ^ knight's fee, and finding the king in his army in Wales 
and in England if there shall be war, a man and a barded horse, 
together with Joan, Amice, Anastasia, Alice and Agnes, daughters 
and heirs of John de Marisco, who hold the other moiety of the manor 
as of their pourparty of the inheritance, so that the heirs of the said 
Juhana and of John de Marisco shall do the service of | knight's fee 
together for forty days at their own costs. Wenthhan, sometime the 
wife of Eustace son of the said Juhana, after the death of the said 
Eustace who died without heir of himself in his mother's hfetime, 
on the day of the said Juliana's death held the lordship of the said 
moiety of her in dower, by the assignment of the said Eustace, who 
dowered her at the church door, with the said Juhana's assent, on 
the day he married her ; so that after the said Juhana's death the 
right of the said moiety descended, with other her lands &c. in other 
counties, to Joan, Rose, Anastasia, and Margery her daughters, the 
lordship of that moiety nevertheless remaining in the hands of the 
said Wenthhan. But in process of time she died, and the lordship 
with the right wholly reverted to the four daughters of the said 
Juhana, then married, viz. — Joan the eldest to John de Ceme, Rose 
to Richard de Brokenebergh, Anastasia to John de Haddon, and 
Margery to Geo£Erey de Mohun, and that moiety was taken into the 
king's hand as held of him in chief. John de Haddon held nothing 
in the county on the day he died except the right of the said moiety, 
which remained in the said Anastasia ; but he held other lands in 
cos. Gloucester, Northampton and Dorset, as well of his own 
inheritance as of that of the said Anastasia, but how much and of 
whom is unknown to the jury. The said Juh?ina died about the 



120 INQUISITIONS. 



feast of St. Michael, 11 Edw. 1, the said WenthKan on the feast 

of the Assumption, 29 Edw. I, the said Anastasia within a month 

after the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 30 Edw. I, 

and the said John de Haddon on the third day after Anastasia 

his wife ; and there is a watermill there held of Robert de la Ryvere 

in socage, rendering 20d. yearly for a moiety of the same, 

John, son of John de Ceme and of Joan his wife deceased, of full age, 

John, son of Richard de Brokenebergh and of Rose his wife deceased, of 

full age, Henry, son of John de Haddon and of Anastasia his wife deceased, 

aged 18, and Margery the wife of Geoffrey de Mohun, still surviving 

aged 40, are next heirs of the said Juliana ; and the said Henry is 

next heir of the said John de Haddon and Anastasia. 

Dorset. Inq. made at Schyrebum, 27 Feb. 31 Edw. I {defaced). 

The said Juliana held no lands of the king in chief in the coimty. 

Ludelynch. A messuage &c., 86a. arable, 12a. meadow, a several pasture, 
10a. wood, 55. rent of free tenants (named), 27s. Id. rents of customers, 
and 25. pleas &c., were held by the said John de Haddon of Roger 
de Plumber by knight's service, rendering 13d. yearly. 

Caundel Haddon. J knight's fee, viz. — a capital messuage &c., 
46a. arable, 4a. meadow, common pasture, 2a. wood, J water-mill, 
2 free tenants (named), and customers, held by the same John of 
Robert Maleherb and his heirs, rendering a gillyflower yearly. 

(Caundel Haddon.) A messuage &c., 40a. arable, 2a. meadow, and rents of 
free tenants and customers, held of Oliver de Pimchardon in socage, 
rendering a pair of gilt spurs yearly or 6d. ; \ knight's fee (extent 
given) held of John Mautravers ; 20a. arable, and 8s. 4d. rents 
and works of customers, held of John le Warener for ^ knight's 
fee, rendering &d. yearly ; 12a. meadow and a pasture, held of 
John Mautravers in free marriage ; 4a. arable, la. meadow and a 
tenant rendering 25. held of Walter de Percy by knight's service, 
rendering 3s. yearly ; 72a. arable, 9a. meadow, a several pasture, 
10a. wood, a water-mill, 45. \d. rents of free tenants, and 6s. %d. 
rent of customers, held of the abbot of Shyrebum in socage rendering 
13s. 4d!. yearly, and suit at the court of Stapelbrygg. 

The said John de Haddon and Anastasia his wife, held certain lands 
&c. of her inheritance, at Wjmterbum, co. Gloucester, service unknown ; 
and a moiety of the manor of Estbury, co. Berks, after the death of one 
Wenthlian who held it in dower of the heirs of the said Anastasia and 
other her coheirs of the inheritance of JuUana de Wrokesale, reverted to 
the same John and Anastasia before their deaths : Henry de Haddon 
their son, aged 20 and more, is their next heir. The said Juliana died 
first, then Wenthlian, Anastasia died on Wednesday before St. John 
the Baptist, 30 Edw. I, and the said John on the Friday following. 

Glotjgestbr. Inq. made at • Winterbume on Monday after Palm Simday, 
31 Edw. I. 

Wenthlian, the wife of Eustace son of Juliana de Wrock(eshale), 
held in dower a moiety of the manor of Estbury, co. Berks, of the 
inheritance of the said Juliana, whereof the right and fee remained 
in the said Juliana, who held it of the king in chief, service 
unknown. 



EDWARD I. 121 



Winterburne, A moiety of the manor (extent given) was held by the 
said Juliana of Sir Gilbert son of Stephen by service of I knight's 
fee. And after her death her inheritance descended to her four 
daughters abovesaid, who entered upon the said manor (sic) and 
parted it between them, and the abovesaid John and Anastasia 
on the day of their deaths held the pourparty of the said Anastasia 
(extent given) of the said Gilbert son of Stephen by service 
f^ knight's fee. 

Heir as last above. The said Juliana died twenty years before the others ; 
the said Wenthlian a year before the said John and Anastasia ; and 
Anastasia two days before John. 

E.Inq.p.m. File 7. (I.) 

18B. John son of William de Friskbnade. 

Writ to Master Richard de Havering, escheator, commanding him to 
enquire what lands &c. the said John held in Herewelle, as of the 
manor of Whettlee which is in the king's hand, to be returned 
at the exchequer at York in 15 days from Easter day. Witness, 
W. de Carleton at York, 25 Jan. 31 Edw. I. per Rotulum, memar\ 
P^OTTiNGHAM.] Inq. . . . March, 31 Edw. I (jragment). 

9 bovates of land held of ..... in the king's (hand), by 

service (at) the feast of St. John the Baptist. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 7. (2.) 

186. Alfred Tauntifer. 

Writ {missing). 
Devon. Inq. taken at Exeter on the last day of July, 31 Edw. I. 

Southtauton. A, messuage, a carucate of land, SOs. rent and a water-mill, 
held of the heir of Ralph Tony, a minor and in the king's wardship, 
by service of rendering 12s. \d. yearly. 
See Vol. III. No. 238. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 7. (3.) 

187. [*Z)ee5«. Roger Woderotje. 

Derby. Hope town. A messuage and 2 bovates of land. 
Peak forest keepership in Hopedale.] 

188. Richard le Archer. 

Writ [6t] June, 32 Edw. I. 
Derby. Inq. made at Derstones in the Peak on Friday before the Nativity 
of St. John the Baptist, 32 Edw. I. 
Great Hekelowe. A messuage &c. 3 bovates of land, a several pasture, 
and a mine called Bot, held of the king in chief by service of 
keeping the forest of the Peak in person with bow and arrows. 

Richard his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

G.Edw.I. FilelU.(l.) 

* Thus given in the Calendar printed in 1806, and still missing. See also Calendar of Fine 
Rolls, p. 492, 10 May, 32 Edw. I. 
t '^B< Calendar of Fine Kolla, p. 494. 



122 INQUISITIONS. 



189. John de Mebk. 

Writ to the mayor and bailiffs of Berwick upon Tweed, 26 Jan. 32 Edw. I. 
Berwick upon Tweed. Inq. Friday after St. Matthew, 32 Edw. I. 

Berewyc borough. A burgage in St. Mary's Street which was of Peter de 
Coventre, held of the king in chief and in fee, rendering 6d. yearly 
to the king and his heirs by the hands of the bailiffs. 

Heir unknown. 

C.Edw.I. File 111. (2.) 

190. Robert de Hephale alias de Heppehale. 

Writ, 1 March, 32 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. made at Patrikebrumton on Sunday the octave of Easter, 
32 Edw. I. 
Neuton. The manor, viz. a capital messuage, 25a. land in demesne 
and 3a. meadow, and there are no other profits ; held of Thomas de 
Burg for | knight's fee. 

Eobert his son, aged 22 on Sunday before St. Martin, 31 Edw. I, is 
his next heir. 

Northumberland. Inq. made at Alnewyck, 6 April, 32 Edw. I. 

Hephale. A moiety of the manor, worth 201. yearly, held of Sir Luke 

Taylboys in chief by service of 15s. yearly and by service of rendering 

comage to him yearly. 
Denton by Newcastle. A carucate of land held of John de Wodryngton 

by service of Id. yearly. 

Heir as above, aged 23 at the feast of St. Martin next. 

C. Edw. I. File 111. (3.) 

191. Hugh son of Ralph de Cotes. 

Writ, 6 March, 32 Edw. I. 
Stafford. Inq. made at Stafford, 26 April, 32 Edw. I. 

Cotes by Stafford. A capital messuage, 40a. land and 2a. meadow, 
held of the prior of St. Thomas the Martyr by Stafford by service 
of -|^ knight's fee, viz. of a little fee of Mortain. 

He held nothing of the heir of Richard son of Alan, sometime 
Earl of Arundell, (a minor and in the king's wardship,) nor any lands 
of the king. 

Henry his son, aged 10 at the feast of St. John the Baptist last, is his 
next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 111 (4.) 

192. William Hobbbshobt. 

Writ, 10 Sept. 32 Edw. I. 
Berks. Inq. 18 Nov. 32 Edw. I. 

Bochampton. A messuage &c. and 23|a. arable held of the king in 
chief by serjeanty of carrying the king's horn when the king comes 
to hunt within the hundred of Lamboume. 
He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

John his son, aged 24 and more, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File ill. (5.) 



EBWARD 1. 123 



193. Richard de Unthank. 

Writ, 10 May, 32 Edw. I. 
Cumberland. Inq. made at Carlisle on' Wednesday after the Nativity of 
the Blessed Virgin Mary, 32 Edw. I. 
Skelton. 10a. land held of the king in chief by service of S^d. for comage 
to be rendered yearly to the sheriff for the king's use ; and 30a. land 
and meadow held of Gilbert de Southaik by service of Id. yearly. 

Joan his daughter, aged 20 and more, is his next heir. 

G.Edw.I. FiUlW. (6.) 

1 94. Henry de Hereford alias de Herford. 

Writ, 15 June, 32 Edw. I. 
Hereford. Iriq. made at Herford, 16 July, 32 Edw. I. 

Mordeford. A messuage &c. 100a. land, 6a. meadow and 2a. pasture, 

held of the king in chief by service of a pair of gilt spurs. 
Kenewerston. A messuage &c. 60a. land, 2a. meadow and la. pasture, 
held of William de Loudelawe by service of &d. 
He had no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

John his son, aged 32 and more, is his next heir. 

G.Edw.I. File 111. (7.) 

195. John Dummer alias de Dommere, de Donmere. 

Writ, 15 March, 32 Edw. I. Endorsed Leic(ester). 
[Leicester.] Inq. Monday the eve of SS. Tiburcius and Valerian, 32 Edw. I. 
Eston. A capital messuage &c. 96a. arable, 16a. meadow, Br. pasture, 
and 8 cottars, held of the abbot of Peterborough by service of 
i knight's fee, and coming twice a year to the abbot's court. 

Robert his son, aged 28, is his next heir. 

Southampton. Inq. 1 April, 32 Edw. I. 

Donmere alias Dommere. A moiety of the manor (extent given), 
including a hall thatched with straw, held of the king in chief of the 
honour of St. Valery {Sancti Walericy) by service of a knight's fee 
and doing one suit at the court of Osenee, which honour and court 
were of the earl of Cornwall. 
Heir as above. 

G.Edw.I. File 111. (8.) 

1 96. Joan, late the wife of John Wake. 

Petition by the said Joan to the king's treasurer ; whereas she obtained 
a writ of dower against Wilham le fiz Aleyn, of a third part of the 
manor of Wysby Hadyngton, co. Lincoln, and he vouched to warrant 
Thomas son and heir of John Wake, in the king's wardship, who 
warranted by the king's command ; wherefore it was awarded 
that she should have to the value out of the king's seisin ; and 
because the king has nothing of the heir's inheritance except the 
rent of Skeldynghopp in co. Lincoln, a writ of seisin issued, to which 
John Bygot who holds the manor answered that the escheator 



124 INQUISITIONS. 



requires a warrant from the exchequer so that he may allo;jv 

seisin. (French.) 
Memorandum. The said Joan was assigned her dower in the rent of 

SkeldyTigh(opp) in Trinity Term, in the year 29. ro. 96. 
Endorsed. Let her sue a writ in the chancery to the justices of the bench 

to cause the record and process to come &c. 

Writ to the justices of the bench, commanding them to send the record 
and process of the suit before the late justices between the said 
Joan and WiUiam le fiz Aleyn concerning her dower in Wysseby 
and Hadyngton, 15 Jan. 32 Edw. I. 
Pleas at York before the justices of the bench on the Octave of Holy 
Trinity, 29 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Joan late the wife of John Wake seeks against William son of 
Alan a third part of the manor of Suthicham, and of a messuage 
and 6a. land in Est Depyng, and of the manor of HadjTigton and 
Whisseby, as dower. And the said William calls to warrant Thomas 
son and heir of John Wake, whose body is in the wardship of the 
said Joan, and his lands in that of the king in the said county and 
in CO. Cumberland, and he proffers three writings of the said John 
Wake : — one testifjring that he granted to the same William the manor 
of Hadyngton and all his tenants in Whysceby, to hold to him &o. 
for ever, rendering a rose yearly, saving the king's foreign service ; 
another testifjdng that he quit-claimed to the said William all his 
right in the manor of Southycham, to hold to him &c. for ever, 
rendering a red rose yearly ; and the third testifying that he granted 
to the said William a messuage and 6a. land in Est Depyng, which 
Maud Benet formerly held of Sir Baldwin, father of the same John, to 
hold to him djc. for ever, rendering a rose yearly; and he bound his heirs 
to warrant the same. Wherefore it was considered that the said 
William should hold in peace, and that the said Joan should have 
of the heir's land in the king's wardship in co. Lincoln to the value 
&c. because all the lands which the king has of that inheritance &c. 
in Cumberland are assigned to her for her dower &c. against other 
tenants &c. as appears elsewhere. 

Writ of certiorari to Thomas son of Eustace and Henry de Baiocis, 
reciting the substance of the above record, and commanding them 
to extend the manors and tenements which the said Joan thus 
seeks in dower, and send the extents without delay, 6 Feb. 32 Edw. I. 
[Lincoln.] Extent, dated at Lincoln on Tuesday before St. Gregory 
the Pope, 32 Edw. I. 

Suthicham. The manor (extent given), including plots of meadow called 
Nesse, Berwong, Milnedike, Yodepe, 'le Hevedlande,' and 
Bermeslee, and a fishery. 

Hadyngton and Whisscesby. The manor (extent given). 

Est Depyng. A messuage and 6a. land. 

G.Edw.I. File 111. (9.) 
1 97i Robert de Glanton alias de Glantindon. 

Writ, 1 Oct. 32 Edw. I. 
Northumberland. Inq. made at Felton on Friday after the octave of 
St- Michael, 32 Edw. I. 



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Wytingtham. A third part of the manor (extent given), including a 
capital messuage, held of the king in chief by homage, and service 
of 27d. at the exchequer of Newcastle upon Tyne yearly for his 
pourparty of | mark for the whole manor ; excepting J7a. arable, 
4a. meadow, and 2 bondages each containing 20a., in Wytingtham, 
and 16a. arable, lOd. yearly rent and 5 bondages and a brewery, in 
Thronton, whereof the said Robert enfeoffed Sir Peter de Wyteby, 
chaplain, 20 years ago &c., who granted the same to the said 
Sir Robert and Idonea his wife, to hold to them and the heirs of their 
bodies of the king in chief by the services accustomed, with remainder 
to the right (justis) heirs of the said Robert. 

Glantindon. A moiety held of John son of Hugh and Isabel his wife 
by fealty and service of 40s, yearly. 

John his son, aged 27 at the feast of St. Peter in Cathedra next, is his 
next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 111. (10.) 

198. Robert de Halghton. 

Writ, 30 Jan. 32 Edw. I. 
Salop. Inq. 15 April, 32 Edw. I. 

Withinton. A messuage, 30a. land and Ja. meadow, held of the heir 
of Richard son of Alan, sometime earl of Arundell, a minor and in 
the king's wardship, by service of making two appearances yearly 
at the court of Upton for all services ; and 4 carucates of land held 
of Philip Nugent by service of doing suit at the county (court) of 
Salop for the said Philip every month, and at the hundred (court) 
of Bradeford every three weeks, for all services. 
Longenolre. 2 carucates of land held of John de Doyle by service of 

12d. yearly. 
North Clebur[y]. 2 carucates of land held of Roger de Mortuo Mari 
by service of 46s. Sd. yearly. 
Stafford. Halghton and OfEeley. The manors held of Edmund baron of 
Stafford by service of 2 knights' fees. 
He held no other lands in the bailiwick. 
Thomas his son, aged 15 on the day of the Decollation of St. John the 
Baptist last, in his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File in. (11.) 

199, Fina, late the wife of William de Twamhull alias de Twamhelle. 

Writ, 8 April, 32 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. taken at Little Waltham on Tuesday after St. Augustine, 
32 Edw. I. 
Little Waltham and Great Leyes. 33a. arable, ^a. meadow, Ija. 
pasture and 2s. rent, held of the abbot of St. Edmunds by service 
of Ud. 
Her kinsfolk, Ranulph de Haylesden, Christiana de Massingeham, 
Joan de Saukevile, Robert de Dykeleye, Maud the wife of John Clerk 
(Clerici), and Margery the wife of Simon de TwamhuUe, are her next 
heirs, and the youngest is 30 and more. 

0. Edw. I. File 111. (12.) 



126 INQUISITIONS. 



200. William db Ebkalwb alias db Erkalbwb. 

Writ, 20 Feb. 32 Edw. I. 
Salop. Inq. made at Welinton, 15 March, 32 Edw. I. 

Erkalewe. The manor (extent given with names of free tenants) held of 
the heir of Philip BumeU, a minor and in the king's wardship, by 
service of 6d. yearly ; and Petronilla his wife was enfeoffed jointly 
with him by one Master WiUiam BumeU of a carucate of land and 
6/. 5s. rent in the same manor. 

Little Soutley. 60s. rent held of John, son of Roger Lestrange {Extranet), 
by service of 12d. yearly. 

William his son, aged 19 on the day of St. Thomas the Martyr last, 
is his next heir. 

Writ of plendus certiorari, because no mention is made in the above inquisi- 
tion whether the said William held elsewhere of the king in chief, and 
whether the said William and Petronilla held jointly on the day he 
died, or not, 15 March, 32 Edw. I. 
Salop. Inq. made at Erkalewe 16 April, 32 Edw. I. 

The said WiUiam held nothing of the king in chief ; he and the 
said PetroniUa held jointly the abovesaid land and rent in Erkalewe, 
on the day he died. 

C.Edw.I. File\\\.{lZ.) 



201. BooBB DB Hadham. 

Writ, 4 June, 32 Edw. I. 
Bedford. Ivq. made at Wardone, 2 July, 32 Edw I. 

Wardone. A messuage, 13a. land and \a. meadow, whereof he was 
enfeoffed by John de Boueles [alias de Bueles], who holds of the 
king in chief whether by knight's service or serjeanty the jury know 
not, rendering 3s. Idd. yearly to the said John and his heirs. And 
because he entered the king's fee without licence, the said tenements 
were seized into the king's hand for 3s. to be paid yearly to the 
king until he shaU have made fine for his entry. 

Rose, aged 30 and more, and Alice, aged 24 and more, daughters of 
John Torold of Hadham his brother, are his next heirs. 

Writ (ad melius inquirendum) because the above inquisition makes no 
mention by what service the tenements are held of the king, 1 March, 
33 Edw. I. 
Bbdbord. Inq. made at Bedef(ord), 3 May, 33 Edw. I. 

Wardon. The aforesaid tenements are held of the king in chief by service 
of ^ knight's fee and no other service. 

Pourparty of John Aylmer and AHce his wife viz. — a moiety of the 
above. 

Pourparty of WiUiam de Whytton and Rose {Roesia) his wife viz. — a 
moiety of the above. 

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EDWARD I. 127 



202. John db Langbford alias db Longbpord. 

Writ, 5 July, 32 Edw. I. 
[Derby.] Inq. Monday the feast of St. Margaret, 32 Edw. I. 

Longeford. A capital messuage &c. 120a. land, 10a. meadow, 5 bovates 
of land in ' Le Wodehuses ' which are held in bondage, 3| bovates 
of land in Malvurton (?), 6 bovates of land in Bobindon, cottagers 
rendering 20s. 4d. yearly, a park and a water-mill, held of the bishop 
of Chester by service of a knight's fee and two appearances at the 
court of the said bishop at Lich(field) yearly. 
He held nothing of the king there. 

Nicholas his son, aged 16, is his next heir. 

[Derby.] Inq. Wednesday after St. James, 32 Edw. I. 

Kinwaldmers. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by 
service of serjeanty, viz. finding a horse price 5s. with a sack and 
skewer (stimulo) in the king's war in Wales for forty days, and doing 
suit at the Peverel court of Scarvesdale every three weeks, 

Barleburg. The manor with its members (extent given) held of 
Sir Robert de Stotevile by service of 5 knights' fees and doing suit at 
his court at Ekinton. The presentation to the church belongs to 
the said John and Walter de Gousil alternately, and the first 
presentation to the said John. 

He gave to Nicholas his son and heir and Katherine his wife in 
free marriage 201. of land in the manors aforesaid, seisin unknown. 

The said Nicholas, aged 16, is his next heir. 

Stafford. Inq. Monday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 32 Edw. I. 

Ethelastone. A moiety (extent given), including pastures called 
' la Haye ' and ' Tenbrok,' and free tenants in QuikeshuUe, Prestwode, 
Caltone and Stantone rendering 22s. yearly, held of Edmund baron 
of StafiPord by service of a moiety of a little knight's fee and doing 
suit at his court of Stafford every three weeks. 

Heir as above. 

Writ of plenius certiorari, because the above inquisition makes no mention 
whether the said John held the manor of Kilwaldmersh of the king 
as of the crown or of any honour or escheat now in his hand, or 
whether he ought to find the horse &c. at his own charges or the 
king's, or what lands he gave to the said Nicholas and Katherine, 
or whether by the king's licence or not, 15 Oct. 32 Edw. I. 
[Derby.] Inq. Wednesday after All Saints, 32 Edw. I. 

Kenewaldemerche. He held the manor of the king in chief as of the 
honour of Peverel now in the king's hand, and not of the crown, 
by service of finding a man, with a horse, sack &c. as above, for 
forty days at his own charges, and doing suit &c. as above. In the 
summer before he went to the king in Scotland there was an 
agreement {prelocucio) made between the said John and Sir Henry 
de Braylesford that their sons and heirs should marry their daughters 
respectively, so that after the said espousals the said John should 
give to Nicholas his son and heir with Katherine daughter of the 
said Henry 201. of land in the manors of Kenewoldemerche and 
Barleburgh to hold to them wd the heirs gf their bodies, and 



128 INQUISITIONS. 



accordingly such a charter was made by the said John, but spisin 
was never given to the said Nicholas and Katherine in the life of 
the said John, who died seised thereof, and the charter is therefore 
void. The jurors of the first inquisition were simple persons not 
cognizant of English laws and customs, to whom it appeared that 
the charter was sufficient without seisin deUvered, whereas it was 
of no value. 

Writ of certiorari to the escheator to make inquisition whether the said 
John held an3i}hing in his bailiwick of the king in chief as of the 
crown, or not, and if the honour of Peverel was ever of the ancient 
demesne of the crown, or not, 28 March, 33 Edw. I. 
Derby. Ivq. taken at Derby on Thursday before Easter, 33 Edw. I. 

The said John held nothing of the king in chief as of the crown 
in the bailiwick, and the said honour was at no time of the ancient 
demesne of the crown, of England. 

C.Edw.I. File 111. (15.) 

203. Walter db Wyghthull. 

Writ, 4 Oct, 32 Edw. I. 
Oxford. Jnq. 11 Nov. 32 Edw. I. 

WighthuU. A messuage with fishpond &c., 160a. arable, 8a. meadow, 
3a. several pasture, rents of free tenants and tenants in villenage 
(named), and pleas &c. of court, held of the king in chief by service of 
I knight's fee as of the honour of St. Valery, now in the long's hand. 

John his son, aged 39 and more, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 111. (16.) 

204. Egbert de Bello Campo. 

Writ, 24 Nov. 32 Edw. I. 
Bedford. Inq. 21 Jan. 32 Edw. I. 

Luton alias Luyton. 44a. arable, 3a. meadow, a several pasture, a moiety 
of a water-mill with the fishery, (a moiety?) of a market, pleas &c. 
12 free tenants and 2 customers, held of Cecily de BeUo Campo, as 
by fee tail to him and the heirs of his body, of the gift and enfeoff- 
ment of the said Cecily, rendering her a pair of gilt spurs yearly, 
with reversion to her and her heirs ; and a messuage held of Robert 
son of Aylward Bissop by socage, rendering 19d. yearly and lib. 
of wax. 

John de Bello Campo of Sumersete, lord of Hache, aged 30 and more, 
is his next heir. 

Cambridge. Ivq. 10 Jan. 32 Edw. I. (defaced). 

Dulingham. The manor (extent given) held of Cecily de Bello Campo 
of her gift and enfeoffment by fee tail, viz. to him and the heirs of his 
body, with reversion to her and her heirs ; and it is held of the 
abbot of St. Wandregesil's, Normandy, freely without any yearly 
service. 

He held nothing as of fee simple. 

He died without heir of his body, and the reversion of this manor 
belongs to the aforesaid Cecily, John de Bello Campo his brother, 
aged 30, is his next heir. 



EDWARD I, 129 



Writ of scire facias to the escheator, reciting the substance of the 
inquisition concerning the lands in Luton, and whereas by inspection 
of the rolls of the chancery it appears that by letters patent the 
king gave licence to the said Robert to retain to him and his heirs 
for ever certain lands &c. which he had there of the grant of Cecily de 
Bello Campo his mother, he is to warn the said Cecily and John de 
BeUo Campo, the heir, to be present before the king and council at York 
on the quinzaine of Easter next, 30 Jan. 32 Edw. I. Endorsed by the 
escheator that he had warned the parties accordingly. 
Bedb-oed. Inq. 20 March, 32 Edw. I. 

Luton. Having viewed the writings made between the said Cecily 
and Robert, and the king's letters patent, the jurors say that the said 
Cecily enfeoffed the said Robert to hold to him and the heirs of his 
body, by service to her of a pair of gilt spurs yearly for her life, and after 
her death to render 1^6. cummin yearly to her heirs, with reversion 
to her and her heirs, and he was thus in seisin until the day of his 
death ; but whether by reason of the king's confirmation he did 
homage to the king or not is unknown to the jurors, because they 
have had no previous knowledge of letters patent of this kind. 

G. Edw. I. File 111. (17,) 

205. Fttlk de Archiaco. 

Mandate under the privy seal to the chancellor to send the inquests made 
touching Aymar Darohiak, in respect of the delivery of the lands &c. 
whereof Fouk Darchiak died seised, of the inheritance of Mabel 
mother of the said Aymar, daughter and one of the heirs of WilHam le 
Fort, with her pourparty of the lands which Maud de Kyme held, 
which lands &c. were taken into the king's hand because the said 
A3anar was an aUen ; and if the inquests are not already taken, to 
issue a writ under the great seal forthwith, 6 May, 32 Edw. I. 
(French.) 

Writ 24 May, 32 Edw. I. 
SuEEEY. Inq. 27 June, 32 Edw. I. 

Wodemeresthom. The manor (extent given) held, by the courtesy of 
England of the inheritance of Mabel sometime his wife, of the earl of 
Gloucester by service of a knight's fee. 

Aymer (Adomarus) de Archiaco, aged 25, is son and next heir of the 
said Mabel. 

Maud de Kyme, deceased, late the wife of WiUiam de Fortibus, 
father of the said Mabel, was dowered whilst she lived of a third 
part of the whole manor, and held the same of the said Fulk and 
Mabel as dower, the reversion whereof belongs to the said Mabel's 
heirs. 

G. Edm. I. File 111 (18.) 

206. Nicholas Kyriel. 

Writ [*19 Sept. 31 Edw. IJ {missing). 
Leicester. Inq. taken at Kyrkeby on Monday after St. Nicholas, 32 Edw. I. 
Croxston. The manor (extent given) held of Bertram Kyriel of 
Welles by service of a pafr of gilt spurs, price &d. yearly. 

* «'ee Calendtir of Fine RoUs, p. 483. 



130 INQUISITIONS. 



Worthyngton. A messuage, 2 virgates of land, and a water-mill, tenure 
unspecified. 
He died on 12 Oct. 31 Edw. I. Nicholas his son, aged 21 on the day 
of St, Thomas Archbishop and Martyr, in Christmas week next, is his 
next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File III. {19.) 

207. Richard de Geavesendb alias de Gbaveshende, bishop of London. 

Writ, 10 Jan. 32 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. Saturday after the octave of Easter, 32 Edw. I. 

Alethom. A certain land called ' le Ynngeslond,' viz. 120a. land and a 

free tenant, rendering 4s. yearly, held of Edmund de Stok and the 

abbot of St. Osith by service of 31s. &d. 
Suthmenstre. A marsh called Plumberwe merssch held of Nicholas de 

Wokyndon by service of 1Z&. cummin yearly ; and Id. rent held of 

the bishop of London of the tenement of Rattesbourgh. 
Maldon. A messuage by Maydeneponte which renders \2d. yearly to 

the abbot of Bylegh for service ; and a void plot held of the bishop 

of London by service of 1 stallage. 
Stephen de Gravesende his brother, aged 40 and more, is his next heir. 

Essex. Inq. taken at Homygdon, 18 April, 32 Edw. I. 

Warle Semeles. The advowson of the church with 2a. land of the glebe 
of the church, which he acquired of Malcolm de Beumeys to him and 
his heirs, and they are of the fee of the bishop of London. 

Oresete. 36a. meadow which are held of the heirs of Simon Conry (?) 
by service of &d. yearly, acquired to himself and his heirs from Fulk 
Lovel ; and a yearly rent of 2 marks from 80a. arable and 5a. meadow, 
which he acquired from Robert de Draj^on to himself and his heirs, 
and lately gave to one Nicholas Chamberlain (Camer') and his heirs for 
the said yearly rent, and they are of the fee of the bishop of London. 

Heir as above. 

Sfbeey. Inq. made at Stoke by Guldeford, 9 March, 32 Edw. I. 

Aldham. A capital messuage, 30a. arable, la. meadow, 4a. wood, 21 free 
tenants and 2 customers, held of the bishop of London by service of 
rendering 24s. yearly, mowing the said bishop's demesne meadow 
in the manor of Stoke with two men for one day, and lifting and 
carrying the said meadow ; and 2a. meadow held of the prior of 
Newark {de Novo Loco) by service of rendering \2d. yearly. 
Heir as above, aged 50. 

Sussex. Inq. made at Midhurst, 20 March, 32 Edw. I. 

Loddesworth. A capital messuage, a plot of meadow, and 18a. arable 
held of the bishop of London by service of 2d. yearly. 
Heir as last above. 

Middlesex. Inq. taken at Smethefeld on Saturday in Easter week 32 Edw. I. 
Haryngeye. 40a. arable and 2a. wood held of the bishop of London 
by service of 6s. 4d. yearly. 
Heir as first above, 

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EDWARD I 131 



208. Stephen Peisson alias Pbysson. 

Writ of plenius certiorari concerning the value of lands &c. which the 
said Stephen held of his own inheritance in England at the beginning 
of the last Scotch war, whereof Christiana the wife of Kettell de 
Letham, sometime the wife of the said Stephen, seeks her dower, 
the king having admitted the said Ketell and Christiana, who were 
against him in the said war, under this form viz. — ^that they shall 
be safe in life and member and not disinherited, provided that they 
abide the king's order for their redemption and for the maintenance 
of the land of Scotland, whereto the said Ketell has given his oath ; 
which lands are in the wardship of John de Sandale by the king's 
commission for a fixed time, and ought to descend to WiUiam son 
and heir of the said Stephen, now under age, when of full age ; 
29 Aug. 32 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. made at Grantham, 9 Oct. 32 Edw. I. 

Beruby. Two parts of the manor (extent given with names of tenants) 
held by the said Stephen at the beginning of the war, rendering 
2s. 2|d. yearly to the earl of Cornwall, then lord of the honour of Eye, 
for the guard of the castle of Eye. 
He held no other lands in the baiUwick. 

C.Edw.I. File 112. (2.) 



209. William de Morttjo Maei. 

Writ, 4 April, 32 Edw. I. 
SuTFOLK. Inq. Wednesday after St. Mark, 32 Edw. I. 

Alfeton. The manor held of Sir Robert son of Roger in chief by service 
of \ knight's fee, whereof Robert de Sancto Quintino enfeoffed 
the said WilUam and Alice his wife, to hold to them and their heirs 
simply ; which Alice stiU survives, and is seised of the manor in 
form aforesaid. 

Cambridge. Inq. 7 May, 32 Edw. I. 

Saham. la. arable, 10a. pasture and 1 . . . (. . atam) worth I2d. yearly, 
held as of the manor of Saham, which was of Sir Hugh le Despenser 
and is now in the hand of Queen Margaret the king's consort by the 
king's gift, by service of suit of court at the same manor every three 
weeks and 6s. 2d. yearly rent there. 
Fordeham. 66s. 8d. yearly rent sec from 8 free tenants held of Alan le 
Fraunceis by service of a rose yearly ; 665. 8d. yearly rent from 
8 free tenants and 3 bondmen whose works &c. were worth 2s. held 
of the same Alan by service of a rose yearly ; 13s. 4d. yearly rent 
from 2 messuages and 20a. land, held of Robert le Fraunceis by 
service of \d. yearly ; a messuage and 9a. land held of Walter son 
of Robert de Fordeham by service of Qd. yearly ; 2 messuages and 
16a. land held of John son of Henry by service of 8s. 4d. yearly ; 
a messuage and \\a. land held of the same John by Service of 3s. 
yearly ; 7a. land held of Walter le Treietour (?) and John le Gay 
by service of 20d. yearly ; la. land held of PhiUp ate More by service 
gf Id. yearly ; 4a, land lield of Roger Bernard by service of 18d, 



132 INQUISITIONS. 



yearly ; 3a. land held of John Walkefar by service 6d. yearly ; and 
5a. land held of Roger Bernard by service of Id. yearly. 
He had no heir, for he died a bastard and without heir of 
himself. 

C.Edw.I. File U2.{Z.) 



210. John de Walton alias de Watjton. 

Writ, 20 May, 32 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. 9 July, 32 Edw. I. 

Waltham, Bemolby and Wade. 30Z. yearly rent from free tenants, 
who held certain land &c. of him and did suit at his court at Waltham 
every three weeks, held of the king in chief by service of J knight's 
fee ; also pleas &c. of court worth 2s. yearly, and a toft held as of 
escheat by the felony of a tenant. 

Joan de Wauton his daughter, aged 14 and more, is his next heir. 

Norfolk. Inq. made at Houton on Saturday before St. Barnabas, 
32 Edw. I. 
North Pikenham. A capital messuage, 140a. arable, 2a. meadow, 2 pieces 
of several pasture containing 10a., a water-mill, 36s. yearly rent of 
customers, 66 qr. of oats price 2s. a qr., 32 hens, works, and pleas &c. 
of court, held, jointly with Margaret his wife, by the gift of Mary 
de Neville to them and the heirs of their bodies, of John de Britannia 
earl of Richemond by service of a knight's fee. 

Joan their daughter, aged 14 and more, is their next heir after the 
decease of the said Margaret. 

Writ, 20 May, 32 Edw. I. 
[York.] Inq. 18 July, 32 Edw I. (defaced). 

Masham. The manor with its hamlets (full exteiit given with names of 
tenants), including the following amongst other rents of free 
tenants : — 
EUjTiggestryngg, a member of the manor. 13s. from Robert de 

Thornton, who holds ^ carucate of land. 
Ellyneton, a member of the manor. 10s. from the abbot of 
Jervaulx {Jerovall), who holds 10 bovates of land ; and 9s. 6d. 
from Richard Oysel who holds 1 carucate of land. 
Suthleghton. The hamlet, a member of the manor (extent given). 
Sutton. The hamlet, a member of the manor (extent given). 
Colsterdale. A mine of sea coal worth 53s. 4d. yearly. 
Masham. A pasture called Balleclyve, a quarry of mill stones 
on Masham Moor, and housebote and heybote from the wood 
of Pott belonging to the abbot of Fountains. 
All held of John, son and heir of Roger de Moubray, a minor and 
in the king's wardship, by knight's service, and by doing suit at the 
said John's court of Kjnrkeby Malsart every three weeks. 

Joan his daughter, aged 13 at the feast of St. Bartholomew last, is 
lais next heir, 

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211. John de Bbllo Campo. 

Writ, 20 Jan. 32 Edw. I. 
Cumberland, /wg'. made at Carlisle on Wednesday after St. Matthias (?) 
(Sancti Mathi Apostoli), 32 Edw. I. 
Staffol. A capital messuage, 60a. land, 26s. 8d. assised rent, and part 
of a water-mill worth 2qr. of oatmeal yearly, held of the heir of 
Bertin de Hugtredsate [alias de Ughtresat], a minor and in the 
king's wardship, by service of doing homage, and by rendering lOd. 
cornage to the said Bertin and his heirs. 

John his son, aged 4 and more, is his next heir. 

Writ of certiorari to the escheator to enquire what lands &c. the said 
John held as well of John de Castre and Isabel his wife as of others, 
&c. 8 April, 32 Edw. I. 
Cumberland. Inq. made at Carlisle on Tuesday after St. Mark, 32 jEdw. I. 

Staffoll. A capital messuage &c. as above held of the heir of Bertin de 
Hugtredsate [alias de Ugthtresate], who held certain tenements in 
Hughtredsate as of the honour of Cokermuth, a minor and in the 
king's wardship, which Bertin held all the lands &c. in Staffoll afore- 
said of Sir John de Castre and Isabel his wife as of the manor of 
Kirkosewald and not of the honour of Cokermuth, viz. by homage, 
4:0d. cornage, and service of doing suit at the court of the said John 
and Isabel at Kirkosewalde every three weeks. 

Kirkoswald. 12a. land held of the said John and Isabel by service of 
4d. cornage yearly. 

Thomas his son, aged 4 and more, is his next heir. 
Transcript of the above writs and inquisitions. 

212. Alice du Lund alias de Lund, du Lound. 

Writ, 4 April, 32 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. made at York, 22 April, 32 Edw. I. 

Bugthorp. One Agnes de Athewyk was once in seisin of a messuage 
and seven bovates of land in Bugthorp, which she had of the grant of 
Walter de Grey, who acquired them fifty years ago and more from 
one Jordan de Bugthorp, who held them of Eobert then baron of 
Skirpynbek : Peter de Lund married the said Agnes and continued 
, his seisin of the said tenements with her until her death, after which 
Sir Thomas de Chaunci, now baron of Skyrpynbek, made claim 
to the same endeavouring to eject the said Peter, but he resisting 
continued his seisin and married the aforesaid Alice daughter of the 
said Thomas, who for the security of the said Alice granted to the 
said Peter and Alice that they and the heirs of their bodies should 
hold the said tenements of him and his heirs by service of a pair of 
gilt spurs yearly ; and the said Alice thus died seised thereof, and 
held nothing of the king in chief. The said Thomas never held the 
said tenements in his demesne, but they are held of him as 
aforesaid. 
Margaret her daughter, aged 4 at the feast of the Annunciation last, 
is her next heir. 



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134 INQUISITIONS. 



[York.] Inq. made at Skjrpton in Craven, 26 May, 32 Edw. I. 

Swynden. A toft, 24| bovates of land, and a moiety of a water-mill, 
held of Ranulph de Nevile by homage and scutage ; and 2 tofts and 
5 bovates of land held of Henry de Percy by homage and service 
of 6d. yearly, and rendering \2d. yearly to the prior of the Hospital 
of St. John of Jerusalem in England. 

Pathom. A messuage, 5 tofts, and 3 bovates and 6a. of land, held of 
Banulph de Nevile by homage and fealty. 

Pathenhale. A fourth part of a messuage and 8a. land held of Henry de 
Percy by homage and service of Id. yearly. 

All which Peter du Lound sometime her husband and the said 
Alice acquired of divers feofiEors to hold to them and the heirs of the 
said Peter, of whom she held the same, and nothing of the king. 

Heir as above. 

York. Inq. made at Anderby on Wednesday the morrow of St. Augustine, 
32 Edw. I. 
Warlauby. Three messuages, 30a. land, 3a. meadow, and 2a. land . . . , 
held of Roger Speru' by service of ^0 knight's fee. She held nothing 
there of the king. 

Heir as above, aged 4 at the feast of St. Margaret in the year abovesaid. 

York. Inq. made at Tresk, 18 May, 32 Edw. I. 

Elnydemere. A messuage and 20a. land held of William Darel by 
service of g^ knight's fee ; another messuage and 85a. land held 
of Henry de Percy by service of ^ knight's fee ; and 8a. meadow 
held of the same Henry ; whereof she was enfeoffed for herself her 
heirs and assigns by Marmaduke Darele by charter, so that if she or 
they should wish to hold the said tenements beyond the term of 
twenty four years they ought to render 20 marks yearly for the 
same, and nine years thereof have now elapsed ; for which twenty 
four years Peter de Lund and the said Alice paid the whole farm 
beforehand to the said Marmaduke. 

Crakehale and Faldington. Four marks yearly rent from 4 bovates of land 
in Crakehale and 1 bovate of land in Fadington whereof Laurence de 
Topclyf is enfeoffed ; of which rent 2 marks are deKvered to the 
executors of Laurence de Buthome by statute for twelve years to 
come. 

Dalton. A messuage and 2 bovates of land held of John de Neuby, 
rendering Id. yearly. 

She held nothing there of the king. 

Heir as last above. 

[York.] Inq. Sunday after the Ascension, 32 Edw. I. 

Mar. A moiety of the manor (house ?) and garden held of Payn Tibetout 
by service of 4d. yearly ; 2 bovates of land held of the said Payn by 
service of \d. yearly ; the other moiety of the manor (house ?) with 
garden and 8O0. arable held of WilUam de Langthwait by service of 
scutage when it runs ; 20a. land held of Robert TiUy by service of Id. 
yearly ; a messuage with garden and 3a. land held of Adam de* 
Braiton by service of 19d. yearly ; and 8s. rent from Thomas son 
of Maud. 



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Athewyk. The manor (house?) with garden, 30a. land, 4a. meadow, 
and 4s. rent, held of Pajm. Tibetout by service and homage of 
I knight's fee, doing suit at the court of Bentelay ; a messuage with 
garden and a bovate of land held of John Towers {turribus) by 
scutage when it runs ; a messuage and a bovate of land held of 
Sir William Vavasour by service of a rose in June ; 2 bovates of 
land held of Sir WilUam son of William by service of 14Jd. with 
scutage when it runs ; and a bovate of land held of the heirs of 
Hekiston by homage and service of 16. pepper. 

Pikebom. 18a. land held of Ingram de Skauceby by service of 18d. 
yearly ; and 9s. rent held of the heirs of Wilham de Pikbom by 
service of 5\d. yearly. 

Broddisworth. A toft and 6 bovates and Z\a. of land, held of William 
Darel by service of \d. yearly. 

Bergh. A messuage and 6 bovates of land held of William Skot by 
service of 4s. . . \d. and scutage when it runs ; 3 messuages and 
3 bovates land held of Richard de Rial by service of 45. \\\d. and 
scutage when it runs ; and 20a. land and pasture held of the heirs 
of Thomas de Scheplay by scutage when it runs. 

Galghbergh. A messuage and 8a. land held of Richard de Rial by 
service of lOd. yearly and scutage when it runs. 

Mixendene. A vaccary held of John de Thomhill by service of 13s. 4d. 
yearly. 

Skauceby and Benteley. 5a. meadow in Skauceby and Ir. in Benteley 
held of Ingram de Skauceby ; and a moiety of a windmiU held of 
Alexander de Skauceby. 

She held nothing of the king in chief. 

Margaret-, daughter of Peter de Lound, aged 4 at the feast of the 
Annunciation last, is her next heir. 

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21 3. Richard son and heir of Richard de la Rokelb. 

Writ, 4 April, 32 Edw. I. 
Norfolk. Inq. Friday before St. Mark, 32 Edw. I. 

ColMrke and Gatele. Two parts of the manors (extents given) held 
of the heir of Philip de la Rokele, a minor and in the king's wardship, 
by service of two parts of 3 knights' fees. He held no other lands &c. 

He died on the morrow of the Conversion of St. Paul last, Maud his 
sister, aged 17 and more [whom Roger de Fraxino married], is his next 
heir. 

Writ of plenius certiorari to the escheator personally to see Margaret 
late the wife of the said Richard and cause her to be examined in 
the presence of knights and women &c. whether she is pregnant or 
not, and to enquire of what age was the said Richard on the day he 
died, 10 May, 32 Edw. I. 
Endorsed. He could not execute this writ because the said Margaret 
is dwelling in Sussex or Kent, whither he could not go in person 
on account of other business of the king, but sends an inquisition 
, taken by his sub-escheator in Norfolk as to the said Richard's age. 



136 INQUISITIONS. 



Norfolk. Inq. made at CoUrirke on Thursday after St. Augustine, 32 Edw. I. 
The said Richard, on the day of the Conversion of St. Paul last 
when he died, was 21| years, 11 weeks and 2 days of age. 

Writ to the escheator again commanding him to examine the said 
Margaret in form aforesaid, 6 June, 32 Edw. I. 
[Sussex.] iTiq. made at Laghton, 3 July, 32 Edw. I. before 12 knights and 
others, and 6 women (named) who having examined the said Margaret 
in the presence of the said knights &c., say positively that she is not 
pregnant. 

C. Edw. I. File 112. (7.) 

21 4. John son of Wai/tbr de Treilly alias db Traili, db Trayly. 

Writ, 14 April, 32 Edw. I. 
Cambridge. Inq. 9 May, 32 Edw. I. 

Queye. 16d. yearly rent from a free tenement, and a water-mill with a 
fishery, held of the king in chief by barony. Eleanor the said John's 
mother holds the manor in dower of his inheritance by the king's 
dowery wken the said John was in his wardship ; in which manor are a 
messuage and 220a. arable, whereof the messuage and 110a. are held 
of the bishop of Ely by service of a knight's fee, and 110a. the residue 
are held of the king in chief by barony and by service of 3s. 8d. 
yearly for sheriff's aid, and by suit at the county (court) of Cambridge 
every month and at the king's hundred of Stane at every hundred 
(court). 

Walter his son, aged 1| year, is his next heir. 

Bedford. Inq. 12 May, 32 Edw. I. 

Chelewintone. 10s. 2d. rent from free tenants and lOl. lis. 2d. from 

tenants in villenage, and pleas &c. of court, held of the earl of 

Gloucester and his heirs by ^ knight's fee. 
Ravenesdene. The manor (extent given) held by the said John and 

Alice his wife, by the gift of Eleanor Trailly to them and the heirs 

of their bodies, of Edmund Gaceline and his heirs by homage and 

service. 
Wottone. 51. 65. 8d. yearly rent from 2 carucates of land which Roger de 

Queye and his wife hold for life with reversion to the said John's 

heirs. 

Heir as above, aged 1 year at the feast of SS. Peter and Paul last. 

Writ of plenius certiorari whether the said John and Alice his wife jointly 
acquired of Eleanor de Trailly a messuage, 2a. meadow, 80a. wood, 
20d. rent, and 2 capons rent, in Creye Paulyn, co. Kent, to hold to 
them and their heirs, as appears by an inquisition made {missing), or 
to hold to them and the heirs of their bodies, as the king is informed 
8 July, 32 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq. made at Creye Paulin, 13 April, 33 Edw. I. 

The said John and Alice acquired the said tenements jointly of 
the said Eleanor to hold to them and the heirs of their bodies, with 
remainder to the right heirs of the said John for ever. 

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EDWARD I. 137 



215. Walter db Fattoumbergb alias db Fattkunbbrg. 
Writ, 6 Nov. 32 Edw. I. 

York. Inq. Friday the feast of St. Edmund the King and Martyr, 
33 Edw. I. commencing. 

Skelton. The castle held of the king in chief by service of a knight's 
fee, with 40 bovates of land, 14a. meadow, and 76 free tenants, 
12 tenants called ' gresmen ' holding 10 bovates of land at Stanghou 
a hamlet of Skelton, 4 water-mills and a windmill which render 6s. a 
week and 6 hogs, 90 hens, 24 geese and 90qr. of oats yearly, a wood, 
viz. Asedale and ' le hay ' with parks, and toll with the borough 
of Skelton. 

Merske. A messuage, 54 bovates of land in demesne, 80a. meadow, 
55 bovates of land in bondage, 31 cottars, 400 days work in autumn, 
and 9 free tenants. 

Redekere. Twenty four cottars. 

Walter his son, aged 40 and more, is his next heir. 

[York;] holdernbss. Inq. made at Hedon, 21 Nov. 33 Edw. I. 

Ryse. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief, as of the 

honour of Albemarle, by homage and scutage and other foreign 

services when they happen and 9s. yearly for guard of the castle 

of Skaypse with sheriff's aid. 
Withomwik. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by 

the same service. 
Hedon. A toft held by Henry le Taillur at the lord's will, rendering 

5s. yearly. 

Heir as above. 

[York.] Inq. Saturday before St. Clement the Martyr, 33 Edw. I. 

Estbrunne. The manor (extent given) held of the king as of the barony 
of Schelton in CHfland, doing suit at all the county (courts) of York 
yearly for the said manor and other lands of the barony. 

Sohyrin. 6a. meadow held of the abbot of Meaux (Mdsa) by service of 12d. 

Heir as above. 

C.Edw.I. File\\2.{Q.) 

216. Peter de Leyoestre. 

Writ, 30 March, 32 Edw. I. 
Warwick. Inq. made at Stretford upon Avene, 9 May, 32 Edw. I. 

Kynges Brome. A manor (extent given) held of the king in chief 

by service of ^ knight's fee. 
Eccleshale. 80a. land held of the heir of Philip Bumel, a minor and 

in the king's wardship, in socage by service of 5s. yearly. 
(Unspecified.) 10a. land held of William le Botiler, lord of Overesleye, 

by service of 2s. yearly. 

Juliana de Leyoestre his kinswoman, whom Walter de Beruthorp 
married, aged 24, is his next heir. 

Bttckingham. Inq. made at Aylesbury, 20 May, 32 Edw. I. 

Stok Hilling. A messuage called ' Godefreyes croft ' held of William Geve 
anSd his heirs by service of Id. yearly rent ; a grange outside the 



138 INQUISITIONS. 



said messuage and 6a. arable held of Christiana de Kyrkeby by 
service of lO^d. ; 6|a. land held of Eobert de Burie and his heirs, 
doing foreign service ; 16|a. arable held of Ehas de Sancto Johanne, 
rendering 16|d. yearly ; 8a. arable held of Andrew Crok and his 
heirs by service of lOd. yearly ; 2a. land held of Henry Davy 
without service ; |a. land held of Richard Geve without service ; 
and 6|a. meadow held of divers lords. 

Heir as above, of full age. 

C.Edw.I. File 112. {IQ.) 

21 7. GiLBEET LE Harpitr olios LE Harpotte, of Cestreton. 

Writ, 20 March, 32 Edw. I. 
Warwick. Inq. 2 June, 32 Edw. I. 

Cestreton. A manor, excepting a plot 80ft. by 40/i., (extent given) 
held of the king in chief of the king's grand serjeanty by homage 
and service of keeping the hay of Teddesley in the forest of Canok 
{haiam foreste de Teddesley del Canok) , co . Stafford , at his own charges ; 
the said plot SOft. by 40ft. held of the master of the Hospital of 
St. John of Jerusalem in England by service of rendering 4d. at the 
feast of St. Michael and obit when it shall happen ; and 4 messuages, 
and 4 virgates of land, held of Geoffrey Oede of Herberburi by 
service of 20s. (yearly). 

He held nothing on the day he died in chief of the master of the 
knights of the Temple in England, but one Henry de Brok his great 
grandfather in the time of King Richard gave to the said master 
28s. yearly for the sustenance of one Bnmus for Ufe, whose daughter 
the said Henry married, and the heirs of the said Henry always 
used to render the same yearly until the said Gilbert ten years ago 
refused to do so. 

He held no other lands in the bailiwick. 

Robert his son, is his next heir and of full age. 

C.Edw.I. File 112. (11.) 

21 8. John de Tyngewyk alias de Tyngbwyck, de Tingewyk. 

Writ, 13 June, 32 Edw. I. 
NoETHAMPTON. Inq. 7 July, 32 Edw. I. 

Wytlewode. 10|a. of assart in the forest held of the king at fee farm 
for 5s. 3d. yearly to be paid at the king's exchequer by the hands 
of the sheriff. 

Jerdele, Morende, Aldryngton, Estpyrie, Couesgrave, Fortho, Bosenho 
and Stratford. Certain tenements were acquired jointly by the 
said John, Rose {Boisia) his wife, and WiDiam their son, of the gift 
and enfeoffment of Ralph son of WiUiam de Plumpton and William 
Lamberd, and held of Robert de Clyfford, Henry Gobyon, John 
Mowen, Geoffrey de Luci, Henry Spygumel, Ehas de Tyngewyk, 
Adam de Fortho, and Thomas de Leukenore by service of 7s. 3fl!! 
yearly and suit at the court of the said Robert de Cljrfford at Jerdele' 
every three weeks, viz. — at La Morende, a capital messuage &c., and at 
Aldryngton, Jerdele and Stratforde, 6 Uttle messuages, 300a. arable. 



EDWARD 1. 139 



20a. meadow, and 18s. assised rent yearly ; and they peacefully 
continued their seisin until the said John's death. 

The said William, aged 22 and more, is next heir of the said John. 
Northampton. Inq. made at Hynton, 8 July, 32 Edw. I. 

Evenle. Two messuages, 312a. arable, 6a. meadow, 3a. pasture, %l. 4s. 4:d. 
assised rent, 6 codes, 12 hens, and pleas &o. of court, jointly acquired 
as abovesaid by the gift &c. of John de London, and held of the 
heir of Thomas de Wadhulle, a minor and in the king's wardship, by 
service of \ knight's fee ; and they continued in seisin as abovesaid. 

Heir as above. 

NoETHAMPTON. Inq. 29 July, 32 Edw. I. 

Wappenham. lOo. meadow, 6a. pasture, and a wood, jointly acquired 
as abovesaid by the gift &c. of Henry de Pynkeny, and held of Geoffrey 
de Lucy and his ancestors for ^ of a moiety of a knight's fee ; but 
the said John did not die seised thereof because the said tenements 
were taken into the king's hand long before his death by reason 
of a plea moved between the king and him concerning the aidvowson 
of the church of Wappenham. 
Heir as above. 

Buckingham. Inq. made at Stonistraford, 10 July, 32 Edw. I. 

Great Lechamstede and Little Lechamstede. Ten messuages, 180a. land, 
and 12a. meadow, acquired jointly by the said John and Rose for 
their lives, of Ralph son of William de Plumpton, to hold of John 
Pollard, Ralph Passelewe, WilUam le Vavacour, Nicholas Makari, 
WiUiam PoUard, Roger le Parker, Ehas de Tingewyk, Hugh son of 
Ralph, Hugh de Chastilloun, and John le Bretoun, by service of 
18s. 9Jd., lib. pepper and 8 cloves {clavorum gariofili) at Christmas, 
and 2 roses at the Nativity of St. John the Baptist. 
Hameslape. 40s. yearly rent similarly acquired of Ralph son of William 
de Pumptone (sic), to hold for their lives of Ehas de Tingewyk by 
service of homage, with remainder to William the said John's son, 
and his heirs ; and they continued seisin as abovesaid. 
Heir as above. 

Hertford. Inq. taken at St. Albans on Saturday after the Translation of 
St. Thomas the Martyr, 32 Edw. I. 
Flampsted. A grange with oxhouse, a grove containing 4a., 80o. arable, 
acquired jointly by the said John and Rose to them and their heirs 
of Elias de Tyngewyk, and held of Robert de Touny by service of 
1/6. pepper. 
Heir as above. 

C.Edw.I. File\l2.{l2.) 

219. Thomas de Wodhull alias de Wahijll. 

Writ, 30 Jan. 32 Edw. I. 
Northampton. Inq. Tuesday after St. Chad, 32 Edw. I. 

PathishuU [alias Patteshull]. The manor (extent given), including rents 
of wax, ploughshares and horse shoes, held of the king in chief for 
\ knight's fee of the barony of Wahull which he held. 

John his son, aged a year and 17 weeks, is his next heir. 



140 INQUISITIONS. 



Bedford. Inq. 14 Feb., 32 Edw. I. 

WahuU [alias WadhuU]. The manor (full extent given with names of 
tenants), including a several fishery and a market, held of the king 
in chief by barony, doing service of a knight's fee, and rendering 
yearly for the king's use 695. for the guard of the castle of Rokingham, 
and 205. 9d. by the hands of the sheriff for view, hidage and suit, 
and to Amaury (^Almar') de Laundres and his heirs for the fishery &d. 

Little Wahull \alias WadhuU]. 144a. arable, \Z\a. meadow, 6a. pasture, 
certain parcels of several pasture, a several fishery, certain free 
tenants (named), 5f virgates of land in villenage, and cottars &c., 
held of the honour of Boulogne by service of | knight's fee, and of 
the heirs of John Wak' doing scutage to them when it runs ; and 
Ilia, arable, 2a. meadow, 6a. pasture, 2 free tenants, and 5 virgates 
of land held in villenage, held jointly by the said Thomas and 
Hawis his wife to them and the heirs of their bodies, of the aforesaid 
honour and of the aforesaid | knight's fee, by the gift &c. of John de 
Wahull, father of the said Thomas. 

Great Wahull. 205. yearly rent held jointly as before by the gift &c. 
of the said John. 

Heir as above, aged one year at the feast of All Saints last. 

Extent or summary of the above manors &o. with the variations there 
given within square brackets, divided into two parts and a third part. 

Writ of certiorari de feodis &o. 28 May, 32 Edw. I. 
Bedford. Inq. made at Bedeff(ord), 26 Sept., 32 Edw. I. 
Wahull. The advowson of the church. 
La Leye [alias La Leyee]. 2| knights' fees held by Beginald (Sogin') de 

Grey. 
La Leye and Middelton. 1 knight's fee held by WiUiam de la Leye. 
Wyminton [alias Wymyngton] and Totemho. 3 knights' fees, with 

Whetton and Potecote, co. Northampton, members of Wyminton, 

held by William la Zousche [alias la Zouche]. 
Maldon. | knight's fee held by David son of Hugh de Essheby. 

Hertford. Inq. Monday before St. Michael, 32 Edw. I. 

Mundene Frivile [alias FryviU]. I knight's fee held by John de Frivile, 
rendering 6s. yearly guard of the castle of Rokingham ; J knight's fee 
held by John Deyvile, rendering 3s. yearly guard of the said castle, 
and to the lord of Plasses in Staundon lift, pepper ; and J knight's 
fee held by Reginald de Grey, rendering 18d. guard of the said castle. 

Kent. Extent, 5 Nov., 32 Edw. I. 

Sutton [alias Sutton Hon]. A third part of | knight's fee held by WiUiam 
de Halghele [alias de Halwele] ; a third part of | knight's fee held 
by the prior of St. John of Jerusalem in England in frank almoin,; 
and a third part of | knight's fee held by WilUam de Cauntelo [alias 
de CantUupo]. 

Northampton. Inq. taken at Northampton, 16 July, 32 Edw. I. 

Langeport, Wygenhale and Orlyngbere. If knight's fee held by WiUiam 

Trussel. 
Pisseford [alias Spisseford]. 2 knights' fees held by the heirs of Walter de 

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Wutton [alias Wotton]. | knight's fee held by John de Hastynges and 

William de Wutton [alias John de Hastyng' only]. 
Cotesbrok [alias Codes brok]. 1 fee held by William Botevilleyn [alias 

Butevilein]. 
Horton. J fee held by John de Sheryngton ; and J fee held by John de 

Wytlebur' [alias de Wytilbury]. 
Hurton. | knight's fee held by Ralph le Boytellier [alias le Butiler], 

Henry de Sewelle, and the heirs of Richard Gobyon [alias Gobioun]. 
Preston Capes. | knight's fee held by John de Lyouns. 
Plumtone [alias Plumpton] and Foxle. | knight 'a fee held by William 

de Seynt Jahn. 
Evenle and Astwyc. | knight's fee held by the heirs of John de 

Tyngewyk. 
Evenle, Astwyk and Sherlton. | knight's fee held by Theobald de 

Evenle and Master Henry de Bray. 
Astwyk. A fourth part of | knight's fee [alias J knight's fee] held by 

the heirs of Ranulph de Gras. 

Extent or summary of the above knights' fees, with the variations there 
given within square brackets. 

C.Edw.I. File 112. {U.) 

220. RoBBET DE Brus alias le Bstrs, the elder. 

Writ, 1 May, 32 Edw. I. 
Middlesex. Inq. Tuesday after Holy Trinity, 32 Edw. I. 

Totenham. A messuage &c., 100a. land, 22a. meadow, lOo. pasture, 
100a. wood, 47s. 4|d. rent of free tenants whereof 4s. 4d. yearly 
ought to be paid to John de Britannia, 62s. 6d. rent of bondmen, 
a third part of a water-mill, pleas &c. of court with a view of 
frank pledge, 6s. 8d. aid of customers, pannage called ' gershase,' 
and works of cottars, molmen &c. held of the king in chief, service 
imknown. 
Robert le Brus, the younger, his son, aged 30, is his next heir. 

Huntingdon. Inq. 6 June, 32 Edw. I. 

Caldecote. The manor (extent given) with the advowson of the church, 

held of the king in chief, of the honour of Huntingdon now in the 

king's hand, by ^ knight's fee. 

Huntingdon. 56s. 8^. yearly of the farm of the borough' by the gift of 

the progenitors of the kings of England. 

Robert de Brus, earl of Carryk, his son, aged 22 and more, is his next heir. 

Essex. Inq. Tuesday after Holy Trinity, 32 Edw. I. 

Writell. The manor (fuU extent given), including a market, 7 virgates of 
land of foremen (formannxyrum) and 14 cocks or 14d. rendered by certain 
socmen of Stana, held of the king in chief by service of | knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 28 and more. 

Essex. Inq. The morrow of Holy Trinity, 32 Edw. I. 

Hatfeld with Broneshobery. The manor (full extent given), including 
a park of 100a., a market let to farm for I2s. 4d., the half hundred 
of Herlawe which Thomas Aufre holds at fee farm for 4Z. yearly, 



142 INQUISITIONS. 



free socmen rendering 161. 4s. llfd. yearly and worka &c. held of 
the kmg in chief by service of | knight's fee. 

Heir as last above. 

G.Edw.I. FiUllZ.{\.) 

221. Hugh de Mortito Mari of Richard's Castle. 

Writ, 5 August, 32 Edw. I. 
Hereford and Salop. Inq. Sunday the morrow of the Decollation of St. John 

the Baptist, 32 Edw. I. 
Richard's Castle. The castle and town (extent given), including 103 

burgages, 300a. arable whereof 100a. are in Salop and the residue 

in Hereford, 26|a. meadow whereof 2a. are in Salop and the residue 

in Hereford, and a park and certain other woods whereof a moiety 

is in Salop and a moiety in Hereford ; with the following adjacent 

hamlets in co. Salop : — 
Salop. Bachecote. The hamlet (extent given with names of free tenants). 

More. The hamlet (similar extent given). 

Overton. Rents (similar extent given). 

Wh3rtebrok. Rents (similar extent given). 

Wolfreton. Rents (similar extent given). 
All held of the king in chief as a member of the barony of Boreford. 

His daughters, Joan aged 12 on the feast of St. Katharine last, and 
Margaret aged 8 on the feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross last, 
are his next heirs. 

Salop and Hereford. Inq. meide at Stepelton on Tuesday after the 

Decollation of St. John the Baptist, 32 Edw. I. 
Stepelton. The castle and manor (extent given), including a wood, 

a pasture whereof a moiety is in co. Hereford, 34 burgages in 

Stepelton and in the hamlet of Froggestrete, and lOZ. pleas &c. of court, 

with the following hamlets : — 
Salop. Wylyleye. 48 Welshmen who render 105s. 3|d. for all things 

save suits at the court of Stepelton every three weeks. 
Hereford. Atcroft. 57s. 2d. rents (extent given with names of free 

tenants). 

Wapelith. 47s. 5\d. rents (similar extent given). 

Coumbe. 5s. 6rf. rents (similar extent given). 

Tyteleye. 15s. 3d. rents (similar extent given). 

Riode. 29s. 7|d. rents (similar extent given). 

Cascop. 4s. 3d. rent from certain Welshmen. 

All held of the king in chief as a member of the barony of Boreford . 
Salop. Wylyleye. A messuage and a carucate of land in the hamlet, whereof 

the said Hugh and Maud his wife were jointly enfeoffed by one 

Ardudeuel, who was the wife of Llewelyn ap , to hold to 

them and their heirs of the lords of the castle of Stepelton, and they 

thus continued their seisin until the said Hugh's death. 
Heirs as above. 

Worcester. lyiq. Wednesday after the Decollation of St, John the Baptist. 
32 Edw. I. ^ ' 



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Wychebaud [alias Wycheland {sic)]. The manor (extent given) held of the 
king in chief as a member of Bureford, and Bureford is held of the 
Mng by barony. 

Heirs as above. 

Codderugg. The manor (extent given) held jointly with Maud his wife 

of the king in chief as a member of Bureford. 
Worcester. 13s. 8d. rent of 10 free tenants held jointly of the bishop of 

Worcester by service of ^ knight's fee ; which rent pertains to the 

manor of Codderug. 
Houleston. The hamlet (extent given) which is a member of Coderugg, 

held jointly as above of the bishop of Worcester by service of 

^ knight's fee, to hold to them and the heirs of the said Hugh by 

the enfeoffment of WiUiam, bishop of Bath and Wells, by fine levied 

in the king's court. 

Wales; colompnxjs de blethevagh. Inq. made at Stepelton on Tuesday 
after the Decollation of St. John the Baptist, 32 Edw. I. 
Blethevagh. The site of the ancient castle, the town, and Colompnum 
(extent given), held of the king in chief as member of the barony 
of Boreford. 
Heirs as above. 

Salop. Inq. made at Richard's Castle on Sunday the morrow of the 
Decollation of St. John the Baptist, 32 Edw. I. 
Borevord. The manor, whereof the said Hugh and Maud were jointly 
enfeoffed by William de la March, bishop of Bath and Wells, with 
the king's licence, to hold to them and the heirs of the said Hugh, 
held of the king in chief by barony by service of 2\ knights' fees, ; 
and they thus continued their seisin until the said Hugh's death. 

Heir as above. 

Northampton. Inq. 12 Sept., 32 Edw. I. 

Norton by Da ventre. The manor (full extent given with names of 
tenants) acquired jointly by the said Hugh and Maud of the gift &c. 
of William sometime bishop of Bath and Wells, to hold to them 
and the heirs of the said Hugh, and held of Sir Guy de BeUo Campo, 
earl of Warwick, by service of 1| knight's fee. 

His daughters, Joan aged 15, and Margaret aged 10, are his next heirs. 

Essex. Inq. taken at Wyham on Thursday before the Nativity of the Blessed 
Mary,:32 Edw. L 
Hobregg. The manor (extent given) held jointly with Maud his wife 
of the heirs of Giles de Plays, in the Mng's wardship by reason of 
minority, by service of \ knight's fee, by the enfeoffment of Sir Wilham 
formerly bishop of Bath and Wells to them and the said Hugh's 
heirs. 

Heirs as last above. 

SotTTHAMPTON. Iviq. 14 Sept., 32 Edw. I. 

Farlegh. Four years ago, in 28 Edw. I the said Hugh gave the manor 
to Sir John de Drokenesfprd for his life, but whether he has the fee 



144 INQUISITIONS. 



thereof, or not, is unknown to the jury. He held nothing of the 
king in chief in the county. 
Devon. Inq. 4 Sept., 32 Edw. I. 

King's Nyminton. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief 
by socage : the said Hugh thereof enfeoffed WiUiam de la March, 
bishop of Bath and WeUs, who enfeoffed the said Hugh, Maud his 
wife and their heirs. 
Heirs as above, Joan aged 12 and Margaret aged 9. 

Extent or summary of the above lands &c. in Hereford, Salop, Worcester 
and Wales, with the variation there given within square brackets. 

Schedule of a third part of the same. 
Schedule of another third of the same. 

Schedule of a further third of the same viz. the dower of Maud late the 
wife of the said Hugh. 

Writ to William de Mortuo Mari, Phihp Appehowell and Nicholas de 
W[edergrave] commanding them in the presence of Thomas de 
Bykenore, who has married Joan elder daughter and one of the 
heirs of the Hugh de Mortuo Mari, and of Walter bishop of Coventry 
and Lichfield, to whom Queen Margaret, to whom the king assigned 
the same, has granted the wardship of a moiety of the lands &c. 
with the marriage of Margaret the younger daughter, to extend 
the manors of Richard's Castle and Stepelton, cos. Salop and Hereford, 
and having divided them into two equal parts, to assign to the said 
Thomas and Joan their pourparty, 27 June, 33 Edw. IH. 

C.Edw.I. File\U.{2.) 

222. Ingblbam lb Waleys. 

Writ, 16 March, 32 Edw. I. 
Wilts. Inq. 21 May, 32 Edw. I. 

Okeborun. A tenement, which he held at one time, but demised long 
before his death to Alexander de Okeborun, clerk, for life, rendering 
10 marks yearly to himself and his heirs ; it is held of Sir Henry 
TyeyB by knight's service. 

John his son, aged 30, is his next heir. 

Dorset. Inq. made at Dorcestre, 22 April, 32 Edw. I. 

Langeton. The manor (full extent given with names of free tenants) 
held of the king in chief by service of | knight's fee. 

Stocke Kuylard. A capital messuage &c. 80o. arable, 5a. meadow, a 
several pasture, a free tenant and a cottar, and pleas &c. of court, 
held in chief of John Mautravers by service of \ knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 30 and more. 

Dorset and Wilts. Assignment of dower to Ahce late the wife of the said 
Ingelram, made at Langeton, 26 June, 32 Edw. I viz. — 
Dorset. The whole of the above tenement of Stoke Coilard, and other lands 
&c. [in Langeton ?] (full extent given with names of cultures, fields &c. 
and of tenants), including third parts of the meadows of Ruston by 
Frome, Swanew;ych, and Aylethewode, pastures including pasture 



EDWARD I. ii$ 



of the hill of Aylethewode, parts of the woods of Wilcheswode, 
and a third part of a quarry of marble and freestone : the chapel of 
St. Leonard is also mentioned. 
Wilts. Okeboume. A tenement &c. and 41. 6s. lO^d. rent from lands 
which he demised for life to Alexander de Okeboum. 

C.Edw.I. FilelU.{Z.) 
223. Peter de la Twyere. 

Writ, 8 April, 32 Edw. I. 
[York.] Inq. made at York, 24 April, 32 Edw. I. 

Preston. A messuage called 'la Twyere,' 30a. arable, 8a. meadow, 
and a pasture called ' le Poller ' containing 60a., held of the king in 
chief, as of the honour of Albemarle now in the king's hand, by 
service of rendering 12d. yearly at the castle of Skipse ; 2a. pasture 
in ' le Poller ' held of the king, as of the honour aforesaid, rendering 
2s. yearly at the manor of Brustwyk ; 1 bovate' of land held of 
Nicholas Haukyn by service of \d. yearly ; 6a. land, 2|a. meadow 
and pasture for 2 oxen, held of John son of Warner by service of a 
clove gillyflower yearly ; and a plot of arable land held of the parish 
church of All Saints, Preston, by service of rendering &d. j&s,r:\j 
for the light of the Blessed Mary in that church. 

Wynestede. A toft and 2 bovates of land with a rent of 6s. 8d., held of 
the king in chief of the honour aforesaid by service of paying lOs. 
yearly at his manor of Brustwyk. 

Frothingham. Two tofts similarly held by the like service ; a messuage 
and 4 bovates of land held of Peter de Frothingham, service unknown ; 
and 3 bovates of land held of the daughters and heirs of Peter son 
of John son of Eustace by service of Id. jea,Tlj. 

Gauenested. The manor (extent given) held of John de Sutton by 
homage, scutage, and other foreign services when they happen, 
and rendering 12d. for the guard of the castle of Skipse, and lOd. 
for sheriff's aid. 

Sutton. 2s. rent held of John de Sutton by homage and foreign service ; 
and I bovate of land and 5a. meadow held of William Fraunk by 
service of 1^. yearly. 

Sotecotes. A sheep fold with pasture for 100 sheep, held of John de 
Sutton by service of Id. yearly. 

Frisme rays . Four bovates of land held of the archbishop of York by service 
of 20s. 6d. yearly. 

Neusum. A bovate of land held of John Aldelot by service of Id. yearly ; 
I bovate held of William Brokkour by service of ^d. ; and a windmill 
held of John Aldelot by service of a clove gillyflower. 

Ouththoren alias Outthoren. Six tofts, 6| bovates of land, and a windmill, 
held of Philip de Means by service of lei. yearly. 

Rymeswelle. Half a bovate of land held of Hugh Attedale by service of a 
rose yearly. 

Hildolston. Four bovates of land held of Robert de Ros by hSinage and 
scutage, and other foreign services when they happen ; and 1 bovate 
of land held of Amandus de Ruda by service of 5s. yearly. 

Oustwyk. A toft and 1 bovate of land, held of John de Ruda and Joan 
his wife by service of Id. yearly ; and '| bovate held of Amandus de 
Ruda by service of 2s. lOd. yearly. 

K 



146 INQUISITIONS. 



SkeftKng. Half a bovate of land held of John de Pleslnghow by 

service of |d. yearly. 
Flinton. Four bovates of land held of the prior of Bridelington by service 

of 18d. yearly ; and 1 bovate of land held of Thomas Cody by service 

of I yearly. 
Otringham. 21s. rent held of John de Lasceles by service of |d. yearly. 
Tharlesthorp. 16d. rent held of the archbishop of York by service of a 

rose yearly. 
Payghelholm . 3s. 3d. rent held of John in le Croft by service of Id. yearly. 
Payghelflete. 2s. rent held of the king in chief, as of the honour of 

Albemarle, by service of Id. yearly. 
BUton. A messuage, 40a. arable, 24a. meadow and pasture for 312 sheep, 

held of John son of Sayer de Bilton, by service of 20s. Id. yearly. 
William his son, aged 14 on the day of St. Gregory the Pope last, is his 
next heir. 

G. Edw. I. File 113. (4.) 

224. John DAtrsBNy alias de Attbeny, de Albiniaco. 

Writ, 31 March, 32 Edw. I. 
Glotjcester. Inq. 7 May, 32 Edw. I. 

La Kyngeshame. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), 
including pastures called ' le Stath ' and Kyngeshamegrene, rimning 
for a foal {jxroficuum . . . ad cursum unius pvll') in the meadow of 
Walhame, divers cottages held by the abbot of St. Peter's, 
Gloucester, rendering 8s. yearly, a hide (unum correum) at the 
feast of St. Andrew, price 6d., maintenance {liberacionem) of one monk 
for 15 days yearly, worth 2s., and' saltselver,' held of the king in chief 
by service of keeping the door of the king's spence (hostium dis- 
pense) at his coronation, of ancient tenure ; 34|a. arable and ll|a. 
meadow, held of the king in chief by socage, rendering 5s. rent at 
the king's Barton by Gloucester ; and 5^a. land and pleas &c. of 
court, similarly held rendering 22|d. And the said John and all his 
tenants ought to come twice a year to ' la lauwedaye ' at the king's 
Barton. And the said John mortgaged to Master WiLiam de 
Appurleie 7a. meadow and 20a. arable, which are not contained in 
tms extent but are held of the king by the socage abovesaid, to 
hold until the feast of St. Michael, 32 Edw. I, for 40 marks, and if 
the said John or his heirs shall not acquit the same, the meadow 
and land shall then remain to the said William and his heirs for 
ever. 

John his son, aged 11 at the Gule of Autumn (sic) last, is his next heir. 

He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

Southampton. Inq. 28 May, 32 Edw. I. 

Henton. 275a. land and 91. 16s. 5d. rent of free tenants (extent given 
with names of tenants), held of the king in chief by service of | 
knight's fee ; and a tenement, 42a. arable, a hall, a grange, an 
oxhouse, and 4Ja. underwood, held of the earl of Arondell by service 
of 6 arrows (fleches). 

Heir as above (aged) 12, 



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Writ to the escheatorto take into the king's hand and extend without 
delay the 20a. land and la. meadow in ' la Kjmgesham ' which the 
said John demised to Master William de Apperleye as abovesaid, 
1 June, 32 Edw. I. 
Gloxtcestee. Inq. made at Gloucester, 28 June, 32 Edw. I. 

The said land and meadow are worth 20s. Sd. yearly. 

C.Edw.I. FiU\U.{5.) 

225. Robert de Rowelle. 

Writ [*23 Aug. 31 Edw. I] (missing). 
Lincoln. Inq. 5 Feb., 32 Edw. I. 

Langeton. The site of a messuage not built, 110a. arable, 8a. meadow, 
a several pasture, 16a. woodland, 2 free tenants holding 2 tofts, 4 free 
tenants in Homcastre and 2 free tenants in Thimbleby pertaining 
to the tenements of Langeton, and a free tenant of Thornton holding 
1 seHon in Langeton, all doing one appearance at the court of 
Langeton yearly, held of the king in chief as of the barony of Bayeux 
by service of \ knight's fee and by suit at the court of Bayeux at 
Lincoln every six weeks ; and the said Robert rendered 5s. yearly 
for sheriff's aid and view of frank pledge, 50s. yearly to Sir John de 
Bek and his heirs, and Id. at the castle of Tateshal, for the said 
tenements. 

Lincoln. Inq. 10 Feb., 32 Edw. I. 

Rowelle. The manor (extent given) with the advowson of the church, 

held of the king in chief as of the barony of Bayeux, now in the 

king's hand, by service of 1| knight's fee, doing suit at the court 
• of the barony in Lincoln every six weeks. 
Castre. llja. meadow within the soke, and the service of a tenant 

there who renders M. yearly, held of the king in chief, as of that 

soke, now in the king's hand, by service of rendering 55. yearly to 

the bailiffs of that soke for 5a. 
Clee. A bovate of land, la. meadow, and 6 free tenants who render 

8s. yearly, held of the king in chief rendering 10s. 2d. yearly to the 

mayor and baiUffs of Grimesby for the farm they render to 

the king ; which tenements are in the hands of Peter de Houton by 

the said Robert's demise for a term of ten years. 
Cokewald. Six free tenants held of the king in chief as of the barony 

aforesaid, whereof two render \bd. yearly, the third a rose, and the 

three remaining 2s. yearly for foreign service. 

All the above are the king's escheat by the felony of John son 

and heir of the said Robert, who was outlawed in the fuU. county 

(court) of Lincoln on Monday before Christmas day in this year. 
Rowelle. Two tofts not built and 6 bovates of land containing 120a., held 

of the abbot of Neuhuse by service of 4s. yearly. 
Castre. 15a. land held of Thomas Prodemay of Castre by service of 

Id. yearly. 
Ireby. 70a. arable, 2 free tenants rendering 7s. yearly, and a customer 

holding I bovate of land, held of Ralph Malet by service of Id. yearly ; 

and a toft, 20a. land and l|a. meadow, held of Emma de Haia by 

service of Id. yearly. 

* See Calendar of Fine Bolls, p. 482, 



148 INQUISITIONS. 



Belesby. 40a. land and la. meadow, held of John de Yerdebur^ by 
service of lib. cummin ; and 20a. land and Ja. meadow, held of 
Thomas de Blakenham by service of 10«. 2jd. yearly. 

Clee. 60a. land, 12a. meadow, and 5 free tenants, held of John de 
Yerdeburgh and Ralph Skirbek his parcener by service of 14s. yearly ; 
and the said Robert paid 24*. (yearly) for those tenements to Joan 
late the wife of Nicholas de . . . . Iby . . . as dower, and they are 
in the hands of Peter de Houton by his demise, for a term of ten years ; 
and i bovate of land held of John Hervy by service of lOd, yearly, 
which is in the hands of Peter de Houton by the said Robert's 
demise for a term of ten years. 

C.Edw.I. ^z7ell3. (6.) 

226. Hbney de Monte Forti. 

Writ, 28 May, 32 Edw. I. 
Somerset. Ivq. 31 July, 32 Edw. I. 

Welewe. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), including 
a wood called the park of Parlegh, ' ferthendells ' of land and 
' ferdells ' of land, and the hundred of Welewe, held of the earl of 
Gloucester in chief by service of 2 knights' fees ; Nicholas de Monte 
Forti his fathier carried the rod before the king's justices in the eyre 
of Somerset, and claimed to have all the liberties pertaining to the 
said hundred, and his predecessors have had them from time 

immemorial ; and the baiUfiE of the said hundred 

Somerset for carrying out {ad exeqitend) the king's executions, 

Pegelinch. A capital messuage &c. 300a. arable, 4|a. meadow, a several 
pasture and common pasture, and rents of free tenants, ' ferdellarii ' 
&c.'and pleas &c. of court, held of the earl of Gloucester by the service 
aforesaid. 

Radestoke. A garden, 50a. arable, 7a. meadow, a several pasture, 
common pasture, and rents of free tenants and ' ferdillarii,' similarly 
held. 
Reginald his son, aged 12, is his next heir. 

Somerset. Inq. made at Welewe, 5 June, 33 Edw. I. 

Wodebergh. Two parts of the hamlet (extent given), including a capital 

messuage, held of the heirs of John Giffard by service of two parts 

of I knight's fee. 
Welewe. The manor with the hamlets of Pegelyngch and Radestok, 

together with the hundred of Welewe, held of the earl of Gloucester 

by service of 2 knights' fees. 

Heir as above, aged 13. 

C.Edw.I. File 113.(1.) 

227. WiujAM DE Tyllebiey alias Tillebeey. 

Writ, 10 Jan., 32 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. 6 Feb., 32 Edw. I (Jaded). 

West Tillebery. The manor, and certain tenements by Tillebery, 
Chiltyndich and Elteneye which are members of TiUebery (full 
extent given with names of tenants), including a ferry over the 
water let to farm for 6s, 8d. yearly, profits of a market and 



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fair, and 30a. land and 10a. marsh held by the prior of Bisschoppes- 
gate who renders 16s. yearly and 3d. for ' wardpanes,' held of the 
king in chief, of the honour of Reylegh, by service of 21 knights' fees. 

John his son, aged 8 at the feast of the Purification, 32 Edw. I, is his 
next heir. 

Essex. Inq. made at Maiden on Sunday after St. Valentine, 32 Edw. I. 
Westnewelond. A capital messuage, 140a. land, and 7 free tenants 
(named), held of the prior of Ohristchurch, Canterbury, by service 
of 20s. ^d. yearly ; and 30a. arable and 3 free tenants (named), held 
of the prior of Thetford [alias TifEord] by service of 13s. 4d. 
Corseth [alias Orsete]. 160a. land and 3 free tenants (named), held 
of Hugh de Nevill, lord of Totham, by service of a knight's fee. 
Heir as above, aged 8 at the feast of the Purification last. 

Extent or summary of the above lands &c. with the variation given within 
square brackets. 

Endorsed. — The marriage of Joan, late the wife of the said William, was 
granted to John Polgreyn for the remission of 251. 10s. wherein 
the king was bound to him by his letters patent for his wages for 
the time he was in the king's service in Gascony. 

Essex. Petition from the priors of Canterbury (Cauntvmrburys) and Thetford 
(Theford) and Hugh {Huwe, Howe) de Neville, to have the wardship 
of the lands held of them by the said William, who held nothing of 
the crown in chief. [French, undated.) 
Endorsed. — Let them sue in the chancery to cause the inquisition to come 
before the council. 

Writ of certiorari to the escheator to enquire whether the said WiUiam 
held anything of the king in chief as of the crown or not, 30 March, 
33 Edw. I. 

C.Edw. I. jFiie 113.(8.) 

228. John son of John son of Simon. 

Writ, 4 Oct., 32 Edw. I. 
Heetford. Inq. made at Herpesfeld on Monday the feast of St. Edmund 
the Archbishop, 32 Edw. I, ending. 

Mendlisdene. 160a. arable and 13s. 4d. rent of free tenants, held of 
Roger Lestrange (Extranio), by reason of the manor of Hicche which 
the said Roger holds for life of the king's gift, which manor is of the 
barony of John de Bailolf sometime king of Scotland, in free socage 
by service of 2s. yearly. 

Almesho. The manor (extent given) held, together with its members, of 
Robert son of Walter by serAdce of | knight's fee. 

Langele by Almesho. 180a. land, 4a. meadow, 4a. wood, profits of 
court, and 405. rent of freemen, held of Robert de la Mare for 
I knight's fee, and there are rendered 50s. yearly to Lucy de la Mare 
for her dower, and 6O5. for hfe to Henry de la Ohaumbre. ' 

Benyggeho. A tenement held of John Engayn in free socage by service 
of 10s. yearly, and a tenement held of the prior of Beremondeseye 
by service of Ss. yearly viz. — a messuage &c. 200a. land, 40a. meadow, 
6a. pasture, 40s. rent of freemen, and 10 customers. 



150 INQUISITIONS. 



Thefbrigge. A messuage &c. 120a. land, 4m. meadow, and 40«. rent of 
freemen, held of the nuns of Sopwelle in free socage by service of 
325. yearly, and rendering to the abbot of St. Albans 3s. 4d. for 
sheriff's aid. 

Bishop's Hatfeld manor. A messuage &c. 160a. land, 6a. meadow, 
100a. great wood, 53s. id. rent of freemen, and 13s. 4d., 28 hens, 
and 15 capdiis rents of customers, held of the bishop of Ely by service 
of i knight's fee, and doing suit every three weeks at the bishop's 
court in Hatfeld ; a water-mill, 40s. rent of free tenants, and 4a. wood, 
held of the said bishop in free socage by service of 16s.; and 
20a. arable held of Geoffrey le Heyroun by knight's service viz. — 
rendering him 20d. for scutage when it nms, and 12d. yearly. 

Titeberst. 16s. yearly rent held of Robert Saleman by service of |d. 
yearly. 
Edward his son, aged. 6, is his next heir. 

Essex. Inq. Monday after St. Leonard, 32 Edw. I. 

Stanbregg. The manor (extent given) held with Petronilla his wife, 

of her inheritance, of the king, as of the barony of Reylegh, by service 

of doing suit every three weeks at the court of Reylegh. He held 

nothing of the king in chief alone in the county. 

The said PetroniUa can make whomsoever she wiU her heir of the said 

manor. 

C.Edw.I. File 114.. {\.) 

229. HuoH DE LA Hide. 

Writ, 4 Oct., 32 Edw. I. 
Dorset. Inq. made at Dorcestre, 16 Nov., 32 Edw. I. 

ThomhuUe. A messuage and \ virgate of land, held of the king in chief 

by fee farm, rendering 4s. 6d. yearly at the king's exchequer by the 

hands of the sheriff ; and 40a. arable held jointly with Alice his wife 

of Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, in socage rendering 13s. 4d. yearly. 
Leghe. A moiety of a messuage and of a virgate of land, held jointly 

as above of Roger Quentyn for -^ knight's fee, rendering 2s. 6d. 

yearly ; and the other moiety similarly held of Geoffrey Pusers in 

socage, rendering \Jh. cummin yearly. 
Hanme Preston. 20a. arable and 2a. meadow, similarly held of Robert de 

Lucy in socage, rendering yearly 10s. and 1R>. pepper. 

And the said Hugh and .^ice render 41. 6s. 8d. yearly for the tene- 
ments in Leghe and Hamme Preston to one Alice de Enham for 

her life. 
Pimpeme. A messuage and a hide of land, held by the said Hugh of 

the abbess &c. of Schefton for J knight's fee ; which land &c. he 

demised to Maud his mother for her life. 
Bradeford Brian. 10 marks yearly rent held of William de Echyngham 

and Eva his wife by service of a rose yearly ; which 10 marks, 

excepting 4d., he demised to Maud his mother for her Ufe. 
Up Wymbom. A messuage and a hide of land, held of the abbess &c. of 

Fontevrault {Fontis Eborardi) in socage, rendering | mark yearly ; 

and 48a. pasture and heath held of John de Plessetis in socage by 

service of lib. cummin yearly rent. 



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Knolton. 34a. land and heath, held of Giles de Breouse in socage, 
rendering 20d. yearly. 

Schapewyk. A messuage, 50a. land and la. meadow, which Laurence 
Albe (1) held of the said Hugh for life, held of Peter de Chaumpayne 
by service of suit at his court every three weeks ; and a rose of 
rent to be received from Nicholas de Richemound. 

His daughters, Maud aged 3 years, Joan aged 1 year, and Cutburga 
aged 11 weeks on the feast of St. Bartholomew last, are his next heirs. 

C.Edw.I. ^*7e 114.(2.) 

230. Walter de la Babbe. 

Writ, 20 May, 32 Edw. I. 
Hbbefobd. Inq. made at Hereford, 4 June, 32 Edw. I. 

Tatinton. 30a. land, 4a. meadow, 2a. pasture, 2a. wood, rents of 14 free 
tenants and 8 customers, and pleas &c. of court, held of the said 
Walter and Sibyl his wife, jointly enfeoffed by Nicholas Larcher 
to them and the heirs of the said Walter, of the king in chief by 
service of ^ knight's fee. 

Little Marcle. A messuage, 100a. land, 4a. meadow, 2a. pasture, 3a. wood, 
&l. 13s. 5|a!. rent from 25 free tenants, and pleas of court, similarly 
held, by the enfeoffment in form aforesaid of John de Maurdyn, of 
Theobald de Verdun by service of \ knight's fee. 

Weston. 30a. land, 6a. meadow, la. pasture, and 535. 6d. rent from 
7 free tenants, similarly held, by the enfeoffment of Roger de Hereford, 
of Theobald de Verdun by service of \ knight's fee. 

Retherwas. A messuage, 1 carucate of land, la. meadow, and rents of 
375. Qd. from 25 free tenants and 19s. 4d. from 6 customers, 12 hens, 
4d. rent of bread, and pleas of court, similarly held , by the enfeoffment 
of Richard de Welles, of Joan de Bagginden by service of 13s. 4d. 
yearly. 

Cobwall. A messuage &c. 1 carucate of land, la. meadow, la. wood, 
rent of 28s. 2d. from 19 free tenants, and pleas of court, similarly 
held, by the enfeoffment of Master Henry de Bray, of William 
de Criketot by service of \ knight's fee. 

Deuschirche. A messuage &c. 1 carucate of land, 6a. wood, 2a. meadow, 
15s. l\d. rents of 9 free tenants and 6 customers, and pleas of court, 
similarly held, by the enfeoffment of Roger le Waleys, of the abbot of 
Gloucester by service of 6s. yearly. 

Rolveston. A messuage &c. and a carucate of land, similarly held, 
by the enfeoffment of Hugh de Kj^ardesleye, of Alan Plokenet by 
service of \2d. yearly. 

Lude Muchegros. A messuage and a virgate of land, similarly held, 
by the enfeoffment of Nicholas de Monemuta, of Theobald de Verdun 
and Geoffrey de Genevile by service of ^ knight's fee. 

Holemare. 60a. land similarly held, by the enfeoffment of Ralph de 
la Burcote, of William de Arundel and Philip de Holemare by service 
of 6s. yearly. 

Burcote. A messuage &c. 1 carucate of land, la. meadow and 
la. pasture, similarly held, by the enfeoffment of Reginald Momword, 
of the bishop of Hereford by service of 12s. Qd. yearly. 



152 TNQUTSTTIONS. 



Ravenehul (?). A messuage, 1 carucate of land.'la. meadow, la. pasture, 
and 6a. wood; similarly held, by the enfeoffment of Ralph de 
Abbehale, of the dean of Hereford by service of 6s. yearly. 

The said Walter and Sibyl continued their seisin of all the above 
until the said Walter's death. 
Thomas his son, aged 25 and more, is his next heir. 

Salop. Inq. made at the castle of Holgod, 8 June, 32 Edw. I. 

Heyton. 61. 12s. l\d. assised rent of free tenants (named) and villeins 
who ako owe a custom at the feast of St. Andrew called 'gult ' worth 
\ mark, and pleas &c. of court, held of Roger son of Edmund de 
Mortuo Mary by service of | knight's fee. 
Heir as above, aged 25 at the feast of St. Michael last. 

C.Edw.I. FileU4^.{Z.) 

231. Edward de Bbsyllbs. 

Writ, 4 May, 32 Edw. I. 
Wilts. Inq. 13 July, 32 Edw. I. 

WodhuU. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), including 
a plot called Muleham, a pasture called Aldelond, and a park, whereof 
the prioress of Ambresbury receives the tenth sheaf of all the demesne 
lands and renders 5s. yearly, held of the king in chief by service of 
4 barbed arrows price 4d. 
Peter his son, aged 2, is his next heir. 

Dbvoit. Inq. taken at Humberton on Friday before St. Peter ad Vincula, 
32 Edw. I. 
Alfynton. The manor and borough (extent given), including 8 burgesses 
and a bedel, held of the king in chief in free socage ; and there are due 
36s. yearly to John de Moeles, as to his manor of Depeford, for 
releasing the said Edward's attendances and services of presenting 
tithing-men, whereof the lords of Depeford were seised of old. 

Heir as above. 

C.Edw.I. File 114.. {4:.) 

232. John son of William de Insula Vbota alias John de Insula Vecta, 

SON OF William de Insula alias John de Insula. 

Writ, 10 June, 32 Edw. I. 
Southampton ; Isle of Wight. Inq. 30 June, 32 Edw. I. 

Brydlesford. A grange and oxhouse thatched with straw, llOo. arable, 
pasture for beasts and sheep, \a. meadow, 15a. great wood and 
underwood, and 14 free tenants (named), including the rector of 
the church of Wyppyngham, who owe suit at the court every three 
weeks, perquisites of court, and 2a. of fern, held of William Russell 
by service of \ knight's fee. 

John de Insula his son, aged 23|, is his next heir. 

Southampton ; Isle of Wight. Inq. 1 July, 32 Edw. I. 

SchoreweUe. The manor (extent given with names of 4 free tenants) 
held of the king in chief, as of the honour of Caresbrok [alias 
Karesbrok], now in the king's hand, by service of \ knight's fee. 
Heir as above. 



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Southampton ; Ism of Wight. Inq. 1 July, 32 Edw. I. 

Chelierton. The manor (extent given with names of 5 free tenants) 
held of the king in chief, as of the honour aforesaid, by service of 
\ knight's fee ; and 20a. land held of Richard de Affeton, knight, 
by service of 7s. yearly rent. 

Heir as above. 

Southampton ; Isle of Wight. Inq. 2 July, 32 Edw. I. 

Rewe. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief, of the honour 
aforesaid, by service of J knight's fee ; and 84a. arable held of 
William de Heyno by service of -^ knight's fee. 

Heir as above. 

Southampton ; Isle of Wight, /wg. 3 July, 32 Edw. I. 

Apeldureford. The manor (extent given with the names of free 
tenants), including 3 free tenants who pay 14|(i., and 17 holding by 
suit of court only, who include the prior of God's house, Southampton, 
held of the king in chief, of the honour aforesaid, by service of 6 
knights' fees. 

Hek as above. 

Southampton ; Isle of Wight. Inq. 4 July, 32 Edw. I. 

Bonecherch. The manor (extent given), including a free tenant 
Wilham Clerk {Clericus) rendering 5s. yearly, held of the king in 
chief, as of the honour aforesaid, by service of \ knight's fee. 

Heir as above. 

Southampton ; Isle of Wight. Inq. 5 July, 32 Edw. I. 

Schentling. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by 
service of J knight's fee ; 40a. arable held of William Russel by 
service of \ knight's fee ; and 88a. arable held of Robert de 
Glamorgan by service of \ knight's fee. 

Heir as above. 

Southampton ; Isle of Wight. Inq. 8 July, 32 Edw. I. 

Wodyton. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), including 
a fishery in a certain arm of the sea, held of the king in chief, as 
of the honour aforesaid, by service of \ knight's fee. 

Heir as above. 

Southampton. Inq. 10 July, 32 Edw. I. 

Chuet. The bailiwick of the forest, together with a ruinous house at 
' la Wodehouse ' where the foresters are received, 30a. arable, and a 
free tenant viz. — John le Poer, rendering 205. yearly, held of the 
king in chief by the grand serjeanty of keeping the said forest and 
rendering 10s. to the king yearly by the hands of the sheriff ; and 
he rendered 13s. 4d. yearly to Clarice de Sakvile. 

Heir as above. 

Southampton. Inq. 10 July, 32 Edw. I. 

Mannesbrygg. The manor (extent given), including a fishery, held of 
the abbot of Hyd(e), Winchester, by service of lib. cummin and 
13s. 4d. yearly rent, and doing one suit twice a year at the 



154 INQUISITIONS. 



abbot's court of Stonham ; 8a. arable and 6a. pasture held of Robert 
de Helyon by service of rendering lib. cummin ; a cottage held 
of Thomas Peverel of Berton by service of rendering 12d. yearly 
rent ; and la. meadow held of Nicholas de Stonham by service of 
rendering lib. cummin (yearly). 
Heir as above. 

SoTTTHAMPTON. Itiq. 12 July, 32 Edw. I. 

La Rygge alias Rygge. A hall and grange thatched with straw, 40a. 
arable, and a free tenant viz.— Walter parson of Farligch, rendering 
46s. 8d. yearly, held of Robert ie Chaumberleyn by service of 6d. 
yearly rent. 

Heir as above. 

G.Edw.I. .Fife 114.(5.) 



233. Gilbert de GAXJiirT. 

Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 6 May, 32 Edw. I. 
Northampton. Inq. taken at Northampton, 3 Dec. 33 Edw. I. 

Stowe. A knight's fee with the advowson of the church held by 

Nicholas de Seegrave. 
Kyselingham. A knight's fee with the advowson of the church held 

by the same Nicholas. 

[Rutland.] Inq. made at Ocham {undated fragment). 

Borowle. The manor held by Segrave for 1| knight's 

fee. 

Lincoln. Inq. made at Lincoln, 20 Oct. 32 Edw. I. 

Kesteven. Toft. The manor held by Robert de Tatessale of the said 

Gilbert by service of 1 knight's fee. 
Wytham, Manthorp and Bourethorp. Certain tenements held by 

John de Wytham by service of 1 knight's fee. 
Scotelthorp. The manor held by Philip de Arcy by service of 1 knight's 

fee. 
Grymesthorp. The manor held by John de Neville by service of 

1 knight's fee. 
Irneham. Certain lands held by Margaret de GoushiU by service of 

I knight's fee, but Philip de Gaunt is tenant in demesne. 
Morton, Hermethorp and Botheby. Certain lands held by John Wake 

by service of 2 knights' fees. 
Hermethorp. Certain lands held by William de Wylughby by service of 

I knight's fee. 
Kyseby, Trikyngham and Stowe. Certain lands held by the heirs of 

Philip Marmyoun by service of 2 knights' fees. 
Hale, Scredyngton, Scheldyngthorp, Wylughby, Ingoldeby, Haydour, 

Dembelby, Hassceby, Penton and Toft. Certain lands held by 

Hugh de Bussy and Joan de Trehaumpton by service of 4| and 

^ knights' fees. 
Holm. The manor held by William Latimer by service of | knight's fee. 
Fenton. Certain lands held by the heir of Orreby by service of 

I knight's fee. 



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ClajrpoU. 1 carucate of land held by William de Cressy by service of 

I knight's fee. 
Brandon. Certain lands held by Robert Almot of Brandon, the heirs of 
Walter Peronel, and Emma de Brandon, by service of three parts 
of 1 knight's fee. 
Stragarthorp. Certain lands held by the abbot of Nottele by service 

of 1^ knight's fee. 
Honyngton. | knight's fee held by the prioress of Stykeswolde in frank 

almoin, but he renders ^ mark yearly to the manor of Folkj^gham. 
Cranewell. Certain lands held by Alice de Armenters by service of 

1| knight's fee. 
Kirkeby and Laylthorp. Certain lands held by John Pygot [alias Picot] 

by service of | Imight's fee. 
Kyma [alias Kyme], Aswordeby, Osberneby, Helpringham, Swarreby 

and Calwarthorp. Certain lands held by Philip de Kyma by service 

of 6| knights' fees. 
Silkeby and Wylughby [alias Wylgheby]. Lands &c. held by William 

Theobald [alias Thebaud] by service of | knight's fee. 
Haydour and Kelleby. Lands &c. held by the heirs of Reginald de 

Kelleby by service of ^ knight's fee. 
Trikyngham [alias Thrikingham]. Four bovates of land held by John 

Grumbald [alias Gumbaud] by service of | knight's fee. 
Trikyngham and Pikeworth. Certain lands held by Walter Surdevall 

by service of I knight's fee. 
Birthorp. The manor held by John de Birthorp by service of ^ knight's 

fee. 
Poynton and Aslacby. Certain lands held by WilUam de Everwyk by 

service of | knight's fee. 
Hale. Certain lands held by Thomas de Hale by service of | knight's fee. 
Walcote. Certain lands held by Robert Blaunchard by service of 

i knight's fee. 
Kirkeby and Lailthorp. Seven bovates of land held by Adam de 

Loughton by service of J [alias ^] knight's fee. 
Huwelle. A manor held by Ralph Pigot by service of | knight's fee. 
Hale. Certain lands held by William de Hale by service of ^2 knight's fee. 
Hekyngton. Certain lands held by Robert Leveryk of HekjTigton by 

service of ^ knight's fee ; certain lands held by Robert le Engleys 

by the Uke service ; 2 bovates of land held by Robert Godloth and 

Walter le Pevre by the like service ; certain lands held by the 

heir of Simon son of William by service of | knight's fee ; 2 bovates 

of land held by John son of Robert by service of 2^ knight's fee ; 

certain lands held by John de Huwelle and Robert son of Thomas 

Bedill [alias Bidill] by the like service ; and certain lands held by 

Walter de Ryby by service of ^ knight's fee. 
Asgerby. Certain lands held by Wilham Huberd by service of 

-^ knight's fee. 
Folkiiigham. Two bovates of land held by Roger Colle and WiUiam Brian 

by service of ^ knight's fee. 
South riding (Svir'). Burgh. Certain lands held by John Blaunchard 

by service of I knight's fee. 
Brajrtoft. Certain lands held by William Cressy [alias de Cressy] by 

service of ^^ knight's fee. 



158 INQUISITIONS. 



Gvumeby and Steping. Certain lands held by William de Braytoft by 
service of J knight's fee. 

Steping. Certain lands held by Edmund de Eyncurt by service of three 
p£uts of I knight's fee. 

Scremby. Certain lands held by Henry Scleygt [alias Sleyght] by service 
of J knight's fee ; certain lands held by Alan de Aggethorp by the 
like service ; and certain lands held by John de Bokelaimd by the 
like service. 

Polum. Certain lands held by Robert de Barkeworth by service of 
J knight's fee. 

Welle, Claxeby, Wythem and Ellowe. Certain lands held by Adam de 
Welle by service of 5 knights' fees. 

Croft. The manor held by PhiUp de Kyma [alias de Kyme] by service 
of 6 knight's fees. 

Orreby. The manor held by John de Orreby by service of i knight's fee. 

Baumbergh and Parteney. Certain lands held by William de Vesoy 
by service of 1 knight's fee. 

Driby. The manor held by Hugh de Driby by service of 1 knight's fee. 

Scremby. The advowson of the church. 
North riding (Nortr'). Barton. Certain lands held by Juhana de Gaunt 
by service of 1 knight's fee ; certain lands held by Richard le Rous, 
Man. Russell and the heirs of WiUiam de SneUeslound 'by service 
of ^ knight's fee ; certain lands held by the abbot of Thornton and 
Robert de Houton by service of J knight's fee ; certain lands held 
by Robert de Wylughby [alias de Wylgheby] by service of | knight's 
fee ; and certain \a.nds held by the earl of Lincoln by service of 
^ knight's fee. 

Feriby . Certain lands held by Roger son of Peter by service of | knight's fee. 

Horkestowe. A manor held by the master of the Hospital of Jerusalem 
[alias the prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England] 
by service of 1 knight's fee. 

Wyntringham. A manor held by Phihp Marmyon by service of 3 knights' 
fees. 

Ryseby. The manor held by Robert de Insula by service of | knight's fee. 

Thorp. The manor held by Ralph Peyldecerf by service of { knight's fee. 

Barton. Certain lands held by Henry de Gaskeryk by service of 
J knight's fee ; certain lands held by John de Bray by service of 
^ knight's fee ; certain lands held by Robert de Aleford by service 
of I knight's fee ; and certain lands held by Joice de Colby by 
service of | knight's fee. 

Nottingham:. Inq. made at ScheUord on Friday before St. Luke, 32 Edw. I. 
Asselacton and Vatton. 1 knight's fee held by Sir Thomas de Novo 

Mercato of John de Novo Mercato, and by him of Sir Gilbert de 

Gaunt, who held of the king in chief. 
Hokesworthe. 1 fee held by Sir Walter (Valteriis) bishop of Chester of 

Sir Thomas de Novo Mercato, by him of John de Novo Mercato, 

and by him of Sir Gilbert de Gaimt, who held of the king in chief. 

Writ, 6 May, 32 Edw. I. 
Nottingham. Inq. made at Wellehagh, 20 March, 33 Edw. I. 

Rughford. The abbey with J Imight's fee there held by the abbot of 
Rughford in frank almoin. 



EDWAED I. 157 



AUerton, Kneshall, Kirneshall, Upton and Mabilbeck. 3 knights' fees 

held by Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln. 
Eykering. J knight's fee held by Richard de Sutton. 
Bildisthorp. J Imight's fee held by John de Loudham. 

The jury can find nothing about advowsons of churches in the 

county. 

Extent or summary of the above knight's fees in co. Lincoln, with the 
variations there given within square brackets. 

C.Edw.I. ^i7ell4. (6.). 

234. Roger de Beom. 

Writ, 10 Jan. 32 Edw. I. 
NoEFOLK. Inq. Thursday after the Purification, 32 Edw. I. {defaced). 

Brom. A capital messuage, lands, rents, mills &c. (extent given with 
field names), held of the heir of Robert de Tateshale, a minor and 
in the king's wardship, by service of 2| knights' fees, as of the honour 
of Bukenham ; 13 free tenants and 4 customers held of John de 
NorfE(olk) by service of a clove gillyfiower ; and 1 free tenant held 
of John de Weston by the like service ; and there are due to the 
hall of Stokton I2d., and to the hall of Dichingham 6d. 

WiUiam his son, aged 9 and more, is his next heir. 

Blonorton. A capital messuage, lands, rents &c. (extent given), held 
with PetroniUa his wife, jointly enfeoffed for the life of either by a 
fine levied in the king's court, of the aforesaid heir of Robert de 
Tateshale, as of the honour of Bukenham, by service of | knight's 
fee ; and 30a. arable, \r. meadow, 2a. pasture, 5a. turbary, 30(?) 
free tenants, 6 customers, works &c. similarly held of John de 
Warenn, earl of Surrey, by service of \ knight's fee. 

Wilham his son, is next heir of the lands &c. in Blonorton after the 
death of the said Petronilla. 

CEdw.I. File 114.(7.) 

235. EDMinsfD DE MoETTjo Maei. 

Writ, 25 July, 32 Edw. I. 
Buckingham. Inq. 16 Aug. 32 Edw. I. 

Crendon. A third part of the manor (extent given), including a free 
fishery with a weir, held of the king in chief of the Marshalcy of 
England, service unknown. 

Roger his son, aged 18 at the feast of the Invention of the Holy Cross 
in the year abovesaid, is his next heir. 

Berks and Southampton. Inq. 9 Aug. 32 Edw. I. 

Berks and Southampton. Stratfeld Mortimer. The manor (extent 
given with names of tenants), including parcels of pasture called 
Eorewode, Eyemore and ' le Viner,' parks called Chalfgrove with 
deer, 'le Share,' and 'le Litlepark' with deer, 41 tenants (holding 
lands ?) called ' Plotlond,' and a custom called ' garsanese,' held of 
the king in chief as member of the barony of Wygemore. 



158 INQUISITIONS. 



Berks. Neubery. A plot of land, and parts of 2 water-mills and a 
tanning mill, free tenants rendering 45s. 'id. yearly, and part of the 
toll of the market and of the pleas &c. of court, held of the king 
in chief as a pourparty of the Marshalcy of England. 

Southampton. Stratfeld Say. A vkgate of land held with Margaret 
his wife, jointly enfeoffed by Robert le Boteler to hold to them 
and the heirs of the said Edmund, of Thomas de Say by service 
of 2s. yearly. 
Heir as above, aged 17 on the day of St. Mark last. 

The whole of the aforesaid manor of Stratfeld in cos. Berks and 
Southampton, excepting the hall and chambers, a park called 
' la Shere,' and 2 villein tenants whose rents and services 
are worth 16s. yearly, was assigned to Geoffrey de Genevill and 
Maud his wife to the value of 4:21. yearly in part payment of 120^ 
yearly assigned to them for a fixed term of years. 

SoTTTHAMPTON. Ivq. made at Wordy Mortimer, 18 Aug. 32 Edw. I. 

Wordy by Winchester. A third part of the manor (extent given), 
including messuages and lands held by Peter Tyrel and John de la 
Felde, free tenants, 10 cottars in the hamlet of Hok which pertains 
to the said third part of the manor, and a fishery in the Ichene, 
held of the king in chief by service of J knight's fee. But the said 
lands &c. are assigned to the abovesaid Geoffrey and Maud to the 
value of ISl. yearly. 

Heir as first above. 

Somerset. Inq. taken at Montacute, 22 Aug. 32 Edw. I. 

Odecombe. 61. rent issuing from two parts of the manor and receivable 
by the hands of Thomas de Morf of the gift &c. of John Wake by a 
fine levied in the king's court, held jointly by the said Edmund with 
Margaret his wife, to them and the heirs of the said Edmund ; 
which two parts were of Maud de Mortuo Mari, mother of the said 
Edmund, who demised them long before her death to the said Thomas 
for his life, rendering the said 61. yearly ; the said two parts pertain 
to the pourparty of the said Edmund de Mortuo Mari of Bridgewater 
{Brugges Walteri) by service of a third part of ^ knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 17 on the feast of the Invention of the Holy Cross 
last. 

Somerset. Inq. 23 Aug. 32 Edw. I. 

Bridgewater {Brugges Walteri). The castle with a third part of the town 
(extent given), including rents of burgesses, and of shops and stalls, 
a water-mill and a horse-mill, and 6s. Id. and 3 capons rent from 
cottars at Milverton, held jointly with Margaret his wife of the 
king in chief by service of a third part of \ knight's fee, by the gift 
&c. of John Wake by a fine levied in the king's court, to hold to 
them and the heirs of the said Edmund. 

He also held the following lands &c. alone of divers lords of his 
own acquirement, viz. — 

Bridgewater. Three tenements which Nicholas de la Bruere his bond- 
man {nativus) acquired, rendering 35. yearly to the lords of 
Bridgewater. 



EDWARD I. 159 



Frodger in Gothurste. A messuage and 20a. land, of the acquirement 
of the said bondman, held of William de Gothurste by service of 
6d. and doing suit at the king's hundred of Andredesfeld. 

Heir as first above. 

GLOtrcESTBR. Inq. 22 Aug. 32 Edw. I. 

Aure. A pasture upon Aurefeud, 25 free tenants rendering 25s. S^d. 
yearly, 25 cottars rendering 33s. 2d. yearly, and a hundred worth 
60s. yearly ; and a messuage, 21|a. land, 4a. meadow, 2a. 
pasture and a fishery in the Severn, held for hfe by Robert de ' 
Aure, by the demise of Maud de Mortuo Mari his mother, of the 
inheritance of the said Edmund, rendering 44s. G^d. yearly ; all held 
of the king in chief as a pourparty of the Marshalcy of England. 

Heir as above, aged 17 on the day of St. Mark last. 

WoECESTER. Inq. taken at Worcester on Saturday before St. Bartholomew, 
32 Edw. I. 

Beaulieu. A messuage the houses whereof are ruined, a rabbit warren, 
a park, a meadow, 61 free tenants rendering 61s. yearly, pleas &c. 
of court, and a wood ; the whole manor aforesaid is charged with 
20s. rent to the prior of St. Mary's, Worcester, and is a member of 
Wygemor, which is held of the king in chief by barony. 

Intehergh. 20a. arable, 3a. meadow, a wood, a customer rendering 
J mark, and free tenants rendering 10s. yearly, held of the king in 
chief by serjeanty. 

Yeddefen. A messuage, 45a. arable, and 3a. meadow, held of Hugh de 
Mortuo Mari for :^ knight's fee ; whereof the aforesaid Edmund 
and Margaret were jointly enfeoffed by Miles Pychard to them and 
the heirs of the said Edmund. 

Shraueleye. A messuage, 40a. arable, 3a. meadow, a third part of a 
park, and 2 customers rendering J mark yearly, held of the earl of 
Warwick for | knight's fee ; whereof the said Edmund and Margery 
were jointly seised by Aline la Poer to them and the heirs of the said 
Edmund. 

Ekynton. A moiety of a messuage, 2 virgates of arable land, 4a. meadow, 
5 customers rendering 30s. yearly, and pleas &c. of court, held of 
the abbot of Westminster for y^g knight's fee ; whereof the said 
Edmund and Margery were jointly seised as last abovesaid. 

Norton and Bremesgrave. The said Edmund had lOOL yearly from 
the manors by the king's gift. 

Heir as above, aged 17| years. 

Hereford. Inq. made at Wygemore on Tuesday after the Assumption, 
32 Edw. I. 

Kyngeslene, Erslene and Penebrug. The manors held jointly by the 
abovesaid Edmund and Margery, by the enfeoffment of John Wake, 
with the king's licence to them and the heirs of the said Edmund, of 
the king in chief by barony as a member of the barony of Radenore. 

Orleton. The manor held jointly in form aforesaid of the king in chief 
as a member of the barony of Wygemore. 

Thornbury. The manor held jointly in form aforesaid, by the king's 
enfeoffment, of John de Columbariis by service of a knight's fee, 



160 INQUISITIONS. 



Great Marcle. A messuage, a carucate of land, a water-mill and 40s. 
yearly rent, held jointly, by the king's enfeoffment in form afore- 
said, of Wilham de Lodelawe by service of Id. yearly. 
Heir as above, aged 17 on the day of St. Mark last. 

Hbebfoed and Salop (now Radnor). Inq. made at Radenor, 20 Aug. 
32 Edw. I. 

Hbbeford (now Radnor). Radenore. The castle and town with the 
hamlets of Harpeton, Donynton, Walton, Cascop and Claudestre 
(extents given), including a fish pond, a park without deer, a wood 
named Clud, which is caUed the chace of Radenore, with deer, woods 
calldd Northwode and Acwode, little woods called Badelondeshelde 
and Radenoreshelde, water-mills called Dichemeln, Crunkemere, 
Holebach and New Radenore, 262| burgages in Radenore, a market 
every Tuesday, a fair on St. Luke's day, pleas &c. of the great court, 
rents from the townships of Old Radenore, Kynardton, Saltforde, 
Badelonde, Gliditon, and Emynghop, and from free tenants for lands 
on ' la Humede ' and Chesewaldesleye, and in Sarnefeld and Bedel- 
esput, and twelve free tenants who render 6s. yearly for the keeping of 
the castle ; all held of the king in chief for a fourth part of a barony. 
Prestheinede. The township (extent given), including a market every 
Saturday, and fairs on the days of St. Andrew and the Nativity of 
St. John yearly, held of Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford, 
by service of 2 marks yearly and doing suit at his court of Huntyngdon 
every three weeks. 

Salop (now Radnor) . AkhuR. The hamlet in which are 33 Welsh tenants, 
held of the king in chief, service unknown. 

Heir as last above. 

Hbbeeobd and Salop. Inq the Assumption (defective). 

Wygemore. The castle and town with the hamlets of Boriton, Eleton, 
Leynthale Starkars cUias Strarkars and Leynthale Earls, co. Hereford, 
and Leyntwardin, co. Salop (extents given with the names of certain 
tenants), including in Wygemor the parks of Wygemore and 
GateUth with deer, a wood called Dorfaud, 140J and ^ burgages, a 
market every Wednesday and a fair on the day of St. James yearly, 
also in Boriton a wood called Boringwode ; all held, together with 
other lands in England and Wales, of the king in chief by barony, 
doing the service of 2 knights' fees in time of war in Wales, and 
the service of 1 knight's fee in war in England. 

Heeefoed. Leye. Half a virgate of land and a water-mill held by the said 

Edmund and Margaret his wife, jointly enfeoffed by John de la Wyke 

and JuUana his wife to them and their, heirs for ever, of William de 

Leye by service of ... . 

Esthope. 97a. arable and a wood, similarly held, jointly enfeoffed by 

John le B (?) who held of the said Edmund by service of 

1H>. pepper yearly. 

Salop. Atfreton. . . . customers similarly jointly held, who held their 
lands &c. of the said Edmund and Margaret rendering . .1. 18d. 
yearly, and doing suit at the court of Affreton every three 
weeks. 

Heu" as last above. 



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Geoffrey de Genevile and Maud his wife, to whom the said Edmund, 
in aid of the acquittance of debts in which he was bound to them, 
with the king's licence demised 120L of land and rent in the manors 
of Stratfeld Mortimer, [Worthi Mortimer, Clejbury and Wygemore 
from the feast of the Invention of the Holy Cross, 28 Edw. I, to the 
end of 8 years, had by the hands of certain tenants in Wygemor, 

and the said hamlets of Boriton and Leynthale Starkers 

yearly rent in part payment of the said 120?. yearly pajrment. 

Salop. Inq. made at Clebur(y) on Friday after the Assumption, 32 Edw. I. 

Clebur(y) Mortimer. The manor (extent given with names of free 
tenants), including 102| burgages, and a custom called ' stretwarde' and 
' morfeyh (?),' held of the king in chief, as of the escheat of Roger de 
Bedlehem sometime earl of Salop, by service of being steward of all 
the said earl's lands in co. Salop, and keeper of the castle of Bruges, 
and doing rehef for 1 knight's fee, viz. — lOOs. when it shall happen. 
Geoffrey de Genevile and Maud his wife, to whom the said Edmund 
demised 120Z. of land &c. for 8 years as abovesaid, had aU the issues 
of the manor of Clebury to the value of 29L 2s. 3|d. yearly, in part 
payment of the said 120?. yearly payment. 

La Boure and La Croce by Ernewode. A rent of 345. for certain 
tenements which are held at fee farm of the same earl. 

Ernewode a member of the manor of Clebur(y). A messuage &c. 120a. 
land, 3a. meadow, . a park, a water-mill, rents (names of freemen 
given), and pleas &c. of court. 

Heir as last above. 

Salop. Inq. made at Knyghtinton on Thursday after the Assumption, 

32 Edw. I. 
Leyntwardyn. The hamlet which is a member of the barony of Wygemor 

(extent given with names of free tenants, who owe suit at the two 

great courts of Wiggemor), including a ferry across the water. 
Knyghton. Li Welshry, a water-mill with a meadow adjacent, 

2s. 2d. assised rent of Welshmen (named) and of 126 burgesses 

holding 162J burgages, viz. — 12d. each burgage, and jointly holding 

small parcels of land and rendering 345. \0\d. yearly, and pleas &c. 

of court with a fair and toll. 
Norton by Knyghton. In Welshry, 10?. 3s. \0\d. assised rents &c. of 

certain Welshmen, a water-mill, a fulling-mill, and pleas &c. of 

court. 
PuUid. In Welshry, a messuage, 70a. land, 3a. meadow, and a fulling-mill. 
All the said lands &c. in Welshry are held of the king in chief as 

of the barony of Wygemor. 

Heir as last above. 

Wales ; Commote os Wartheeynnon, Inq. made at Bulkigenjm on 
Thursday after the Assumption, 32 Edw. I. 
Raydor. The site of the ancient castle and the town and the commote 
of Warthrejmnon (extent given), including 9 tenants who render 
nothing because they were destroyed by war, a market with the 
hundred, a water-mill at Thlanhur, a moiety of a water-mill at Nan 
Mayl, and pleas &c. of the court of Warthreynnon, and perquisites 



162 INQUISITIONS. 



of leyrwites, held of the king in chief as member of the barony of 
Radnor. 
Heir as last above. 

Wales ; Cantbed "of Melbnith. Inq. made at Bulkigenyn on Thursday 
after the Assumption, 32 Edw. I. 

KeventhUs. The castle and town (extent given), including a toll called 
pontage, customers in the whole cantred of Melenith, two parts 
of a water-mill at Thlanpadervau, moieties of water-mills at 
Thlandewy, Melynnok, Kruk Bechar, Whitton, and Thlan Mihangel 
Redyethan, and water-mills at Thlananno and Whitton. 

Dymbaud. The castle. 

Knoklas. The castle with the township (extent given), including pleas 
&c. of the court of Cammaron in the said cantred, worth %0l. yearly, 
and perquisites of leyrwites worth 50s. yearly. 
All held of the king in chief as members of the barony of Radnor. 

Heir as last above. 

Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 26 Aug. 32 Edw. I. 
YOBK. Extent made at Melton, 11 May, 33 Edw. I. 

Waldeby, WiUadesby, Myton, Heselee, Ferby, Brittewayte, Ewameslond, 

Esteluelle, WestelueUe, Dreuton, Hothum, Northchyf, Neusom, 

Wi^hetoft, Spaldyngton, Eelkerthorp, Bubbewyth, Thorneton, 

Spaldingmore and Wytringham. 14 knights' fees held by the heirs of 

William de Vescy. 
Tortawhayt, Melburne and Britton. 1 knight's fee held by WiUiam de 

Ros, lord of Helmelee. 
Wyntringham. The church used to be of the said Edmund's advowson, 

but he did not" die seised thereof because the prior &c. of Malton 

hold it to their own uses. 

Nottingham. Extent made at Lenton, 20 April, 33 Edw. I. 

Trockwell and Staunton upon Sore, held by PhiUp de Kyme for 
3 knights' fees. 
He had no advowson of a church in the county. 

Leicester. Inq. made at Enderdeby, 12 April, 33 Edw. I. 

Staunton, Osculton and Weston, held by Walter de Baskelvile for 
1 [knight's] fee. 

Northampton. Inq. made at Blacouvesle, 1 Feb. 33 Edw. I. 

Byfeld. J knight's fee held by Alan la Sousche ; and | knight's fee 

held by Roger Costentyn. 
Solverston. 1 knight's fee held by Alan la Sousche. 
Billinges, held by Peter Barre for 1 knight's fee. 

The jurors know nothing of advowsons of churches. 

Huntingdon. Inq. taken at St. Neots on Thursdjiy after the Conversion 
of St. Paul, 33 Edw. I. 
Southo. A manor {sic) held by John de rerr(ariis) byservice of two parts 
of 1 knight's fee ; and a third part of that manor held by Oliver la 
Souche by service of | knight's fee. 

No more fees or advowsons were held of the said Edmund in the 
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Cambridge. Inq. taken at Cambridge on Saturday the eve of St. Valentine, 

33 Edw. I. 
Grancete. The manor held by Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, by service 

of 1 knight's fee. 
Trumppeton. A manor held by Giles de Trumppeton by service of 

1 knight's fee ; and a manor held by John de Kaylly by service 

of \\ knight's fee. 

SuFPOliK. Extent made at Ketelbergh, 4 April, 33 Edw. I. 

Gretton, Neuwenham and Berton. 1 knight's fee held by Roger de 

Trumpton. 
Dreyton, Two hides of land held by Roger Giffard for J knight's fee. 

Bedpobd. Inq. made at AmethuUe, 12 Feb. 33 Edw. I. 
Flitte. \ knight's fee held by Alan la Zouche. 

No advowson of a church pertained to the said Edmund in the 
county. 

Buckingham. Inq. made at Orendone, 23 Feb. 33 Edw. I. 
Torvestone. \\ knight's fee held by Alan la Zouche. 

No advowson of a church pertained to the said Edmund in the 
county. 

Oxford. Inq. made at Dadington, 3 March, 33 Edw. I. 

Ydebur(y). The manor held by the heirs of Brian de Brompton by 

service \\ knight's fee. 
Rolendrit. Divers tenements held by Alan la Zouche by service of 
1 knight's fee. 

Berks. Inq. made at Stratfeld Mortumer, 3 Nov. 32 Edw. I. 
Bucghefeld. \ knight's fee held by Roger de Burghefeld. 

No advowson of a church pertained to the said Edmund in 
cos. Oxford or Berks. 

Berks. Inq. made at Crowemersh, 6 March, 33 Edw. I. 

Coserugge, Pesemere, Brintone and Hodecote. 3| knight's fees held 

by the heirs of Brian de Brompton. 
Brinton. J knight's fee held by the nuns of Kyngton. 

Southampton. Inq. made at Winchester, 3 Jan. 33 Edw. I. 

Seruetone. | knight's fee held by the master of the hospital of Godesfeld. 
Upclatford. | knight's fee held by Thomas Spirecok and Clarice Sakevill ; 

and \ knight's fee held by the earl of Gloucester. • 
Anne Savage. \ knight's fee held by John de Anne. 
Bottelye, \ knight's fee held by John de Turvill. -w 

Badeslye. ^ | knight's fee held by the master of the hospital of Badeslye. 
Sandford. \ knight's fee held by the abbess of Godestowe. 
Shirley. | knight's fee held by Richard de Baresflet. 
Wordy Mortimer. The advowson of the church. 

Wilts. Inq. made at Chippeham, 11 Dec. 33 Edw. I. 

Suryndene. 1 knight's fee held by William de Middelhope. 
Aldryngton. J knight's fee held by Hugh de Kavereswelle. 
Bradefeld in the hundred of Malmesbur(y). \ knight's fee held by 
Robert Russel, 



164 INQUISITIONS. 



Hulprynton. 2 knights' fees held by Alan la Souche. 
Tockenham. 1 knight's fee held by the prior of Bradenestok. 

Glottcbstbr. Inq. made at Munchennehamtopn (sic), 10 Dec. 33 Edw. I. 
Byseleye. The advowson of two parts of the chiirch. 

Glottcbstbe. Inq. made at Aure, 25 Oct. 32 Edw. I. 

Loi^eberg. | knight's fee spmetime held by Thomas Labaunk. 
LecMiampton. | knight's fee held by the heirs of Walter de Bradele. 
Stokes sendy and Biseleye. 1 knight's fee held by WiUiam de Kadebrig, 
Aure. The second presentation to the church of St. Andrew. 

WoBCBSTBE. Extent made at Dodintre on Tuesday after the Annunciation, 

33 Edw. I. 
Soudinton. The manor held by Richard son of Roger le Porter, WiUiam 

de Doverdale and Eustacia his wife, Walter le Blount and Joan his 

wife, by service of 1 knight's fee. 
Ribbesford and Oke, held by Henry de Ribbesford by service of 1 knight's 

fee. 
Momele, held by Walter de Schekenhurst for J knight's fee. 

The said Edmund had no other fees alone in the county, but he 

and Margaret his wife had 3| fees and ^V f^^ pertaining to the manor 

of Shamele, which manor they jointly acquired of Aline le Power, 

viz. — 
Croule. I knight's fee held by Walter Haket, and \ knight's fee held 

by the prior of St. Wolstan, Worcester. 
Sharuele. | knight's fee held by John de Remeseye ; Jj knight's fee 

in the manor held by AUce de Farleye ; and \ knight's fee in the 

manor held by Hugh de Norhampton. 
Coscume by Bremesgrave. \\ knight's fee held by Hugh Mustel. 
Sharueleye. The advowson of the church held jointly as abovesaid. 

SoMERSBT. Extent made at Somerton, 4 April, 33 Edw. I. 

Boclonde Chilton, held by the brethren of the Hospital of Jerusalem 

for 2 knights' fees. 
Berton, held by Nicholas de Watton for 1 knight's fee. 
Walton, held by the heirs of Robert de Braunton for \ knight's fee. 
Cherlton. 1 Imight's fee held by WiUiam de Staunton ; 1 knight's fee held 

by John Borsi ; 1 knight's fee held by the prior of Breyuton, which 

was of John Tirry ; 1 knight's' fee held by Humphrey Keel ; and 

\ knight's fee held by Herbert de Marays. 

Dorset. Extent made at Knolton, 6 April, 33 Edw. I. 

Frome and Vowechirche, held by Thomas Posjrte for 1 knight's fee. 
Melbur(y). The manor held by Hauwys de Saunford for \ knight's fee. 
Elleworth, held by Robert son of Pajm for \ knight's fee. 
Swanewyk, held by the heirs of WiUiam de WeUes for 1 knight's fee. 
Maupodre. The manor held by the heirs of Ivo Martel for 1 knight's fee. 
Licheweye. \ knight's fee held by John Emerry. 
Wynterboume Stepelton, held by Richard de Portes for 1 knight's fee. 
Gauelton. \ knight's fee held by Robert de Novo Burgo. 
Little Waddone, held by John de Breuose for \ knight's fee. 
Meleboume. | knight's fee held by Bartholomew de Tourbervyle. 
Wynterboume. The advowson of the church. 



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Devon. Extent made at Exeter, 6 April, 33 Edw. I. 
MoUand. 1 knight's fee held by William Botereus. 

Cornwall. Extent made at Bbdmalgan, 6 Feb. 33 Edw. I.. 

Botefinges Castel. 1 knight's fee held by Philip de Buterigham. 

(Unspecified.) 2J knights' fees held by the abbot of Glastigbur(y). 
[Devon.] Pilton Priors. 2 knights' fees held by the abbot of Malmesbury. 

Salop. Extent made at Shrewsbury, 10 Eeb. 33 Edw. I. (defaced). 
Brompton. 1 knight's fee held by Brian de Brompton. 
Pedewardyn and Meton, held by the same Brian for two parts of 1 knight's 

fee. 
Kynlet and Foxcote. 1 knight's fee held by the same. 
Boucton. 1 knight's fee held by the same. 
Letton (?). ^ knight's fee held by Robert de Letton. 
Walleford. | knight's fee held by Roger de Pedewardin. 
La Sete with the land of Walter de Letton, held by Adam de la Sete 

for 1 knight's fee. 
Nene Savage and Eudon. 1 knight's fee held by John de Sancto 

Georgio. 
Rugge. 1 knight's fee held by William de Rugge. 
Overton and Cornleye. 1 Imight's fee held by Geoffrey de Overton. 
Schepleye. | knight's fee held by Henry Mauveysin. 
Ashton, Ayhford and Kynton. 1^ knight's fee held by John de Burleye. 
BokenhuU and Adelahton. 1 knight's fee held by Gilbert de BokenhuU 

and the abbot of Wygemor. 
Borewarton. | knight's fee held by Walter de Hopton. 
Scheinton. 1 knight's fee held by Hugh de Scheynton. 
Soudbur(y) and Nenton. 2 knights' fees held by Ralph Darraz. 
Meoles. 1 knight's fee held by William de la Souche. 
Mauleye. J knight's fee held by John de Mauleye(?). 
Hope Bagard. | knight's fee held by Robert Bagard. 
Hyntes and Opemonekote. | knight's fee held by John de Hintes. 
La Stepple. | knight's fee held by William (?) de la Stepple. 
Turpleton. -^ (1) knight's fee held by John de Boullusham (?) ; and ^ 

knight's fee held by John de Pedewardin. 
Leyntwardin. ^J^ knight's fee held by William de Mort'mary. 
Nene Solers. 1 knight's fee held by the parceners of Nene Solers. 
Dounton. 1 knight's fee held by Thomas de Dounton. 
La Lowe. | knight's fee held by Ralph de la Louwe. 
Babbeneye. | Imight's fee held by Henry de Ribbesford. 
Nene Solers. The advowson of the church. 
Midelton. The advowson of the church. 

Heeepokd. Extent made at Hereford, 5 Feb. 33 Edw. I. 
Aysston. 1 knight's fee held by William le Blound. 
Aylmondestre, Comenhope and Schurlet. 1 knight's fee held by John de 

Lyngeyne. 
Netherstaunljon and Stockelowe, with the lands of Robert le Knyt. 

1 knight's fee held by Walter de Hopton. 
Burleye. 1 knight's fee held by John de Burleye. 
Orleton. I knight's fee held by Hugh de Caverswelle. 



166 INQUISITIONS. 



Netherleye. J knight's fee held by William de Leye. 

Kynerdeslee. 1 knight's fee held by Hugh de Kynardleye. 

Bourton, Wymoneston and Bertlinghope. 1 knight's fee held by Ralph de 

Sancto Auduyno. 
Henton and Niwecastel. | knight's fee held by Roger de CjTieteaus. 
' The nywelonde.' | knight's fee held by Henry de Penebrugge. 
Brockeswode. I knight's fee held by Hugh le Pouwer. 
Stoke de Blez. | knight's fee held by Margaret de Banewell. 
Overleye. | knight's fee held by Robert Deverous. 
Malmeshull Lacy. 1 knight's fee held by Joan de Genevile. 
Emelinghope and a portion of land in Aston, held by William Fousel 

for ^ knight's fee. 
Beraldon. | knight's fee held by John Peytevyn. 
Old Radenore. The advowson of the church. 
New Radenore. The advowson of the church. 

C.Edw.I. FilelU.{9.) 

236. Hugh Baedolf alias Baedulp. 

Writ [*20 Aug. 32 Edw. I.] (misaing). 
York ; Wbsteiding. Inq. Monday the feast of St. Matthew, 32 Edw. I. 
Herthill. A capital messuage &c. 46a. arable in demesne, 5a. meadow, 
and 575. Ijd. rents of tenants at will (named), held of John de Novo 
Mercato by homage and service of J knight's fee. 

Thomas his son, aged 21 on the day of St. Francis last, is his next heir. 

Derby. Inq. Friday before St. Matthew, 32 Edw. I. 

Okebrok. A capital messuage &c. 12 bovates of land whereof 12a. make 
a bovate, 50a. land of assart, and 10a. meadow, in demesne, 
55s. 3|d. rents of free tenants including lands in Ambaldiston, 
7Z. 9s. l^d. rents of bondmen, and 28s. lOfd. rents of cottars (aU 
named), and a park, held of the king in chief by service of J knight's 
fee, pertaining to the barony of Schelford. 
He held no other lands &c. in the county. 

Heir as above, aged 21 and more. 

Nottingham. Inq. . . . Sept. 32 Edw. I {defective). 

Stoke Bardolf . The manor (fuU extent given with names of free tenants, 
customers and cottars), including a ferry over the Trent, but 
there is no crossing except in the winter, and a fishery with a weir in 
the Trent, held of the king in chief by service of | kaight's fee. 
Heir as first above. 

Writ [=^20 Aug. 32 Edw. 1] (missing). 
Nottingham. Inq. Friday before St. Luke, 32 Edw. I. 

Schelforde. 10a. meadow, 34 free tenants rendering 40s. S^d., and 
one rendering lib. cummin and another rendering 6 iron arrow 
heads or shafts (?) (sex ferros sagitarum sive flecchas), 13 bondmen 
rendering U. yearly, with their works, and a court worth 13s. 4(i. 
yearly, held of the king in chief, with other tenements in divers 
coimties, by service of a moiety of a barony. 

Thom a s Bardolf, aged 22 and more, is his next heir. 

* See Calendar of Fine Rolls, p. 497. 



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Bedford. Inq. 23 Sept. 32 Edw. I. 

Houtone by Donesstapele. 6O5. Id. yearly rent from 4 free tenants held 
of the king in chief as a member of the barony of Gorney, which 
was of the said Hugh. 

Thomas his son, aged 21 and more, is his next heir. 

Buckingham. Inq. made at Wenge, 22 Sept. 32 Edw. I. 

Crofton. A messuage, 80a. arable, 5a. meadow, 11 free tenants rendering 

24s. yearly, and | virgate of land held by a tenant in viUenage, 

held of the inheritance of Isabel his wife, of the heirs of William de 

Say in chief by service of \ knight's fee. 
Bledelowe. 16s. yearly rent from Christiana daughter of Reginald de 

Hamdene for a water-mill. 
Huccote. 6s. yearly rent from Walter le Graunt for certain tenements. 

All held of the king in chief, as members of the barony of Gorneie. 
Wendovere. 18s. \ld. yearly rent from 6 free tenants of tenements 

which are held of the heirs of William Eenes, service unspecified. 
Heir as first above. 

Hbktfoed. Inq. made at Cestrehunte, 28 Oct. 32 Edw. I. 

Watton Stone. A messuage and a carucate of land held of the 

inheritance of Isabel his wife, who still survives, of the king in chief 

by serjeanty of finding in the war of Wales a footman with bow 

and arrows for forty days at his own costs. 

Heir as above, aged 22 on the day of St. Francis last ; and this the 

jurors know because he was born at Watton on that day, 10 Edw. I, and 

each of them was then resident in the neighbourhood of the manor. 

The inquisition was made at Cestrehunte because the said Thomas was 

bom at Watton Stone, and there were present the prior of Royston 

{Gruce Bois), the prior of Hertford, the prior of Wilmondele, John de la 

Legh, sheriff of Hertford, and others, who being examined agreed that 

the said Thomas is 22 years of age and more. 

Southampton. Inq. made at Wordy, 2 Oct. 32 Edw. I. 

Grutham. A grange and oxhouse thatched with straw, a garden; 
50a. arable, 8a. great wood, 2a. meadow, and 16 free tenants 
rendering 4:1. Os. 3jd. yearly. 

Emnesworth. 16 customers rendering 4 marks yearly. 

All held of the king in chief, service unknown ; they are the 
inheritance of Isabel late his wife, and descended to her after the 
death of Robert AguiUoun her father, as his daughter and heir ; 
which Robert died now 18 years ago, after the said Hugh married her 
and begat issue of her ; and after the said Robert's death the same 
were taken into the king's hand and afterwards restored to the 
said Isabel as heir. 
Heir as last above ; which the jurors recollect because he was born 

at Watton, co. Hertford, in 10 Edw. II, and there was much talk about 

the matter. 

Sussex. Inq. made at Lewes, 9 Oct. 32 Edw. I. . 

Berlyng. The manor (full extend given) held of the king in chief as a 
member of the said Hugh's barony of Gorneye. 



168 INQUISITIONS. 



Bercampe. The manor (full extent given) held of the earl of Warenn 
by service of | knight's fee. 
Heir as above, aged 22. 

Sussex. Inq. 10 Oct. 32 Edw. I. 

Percynge alias Percing. The manor (full extent given) held of the 
earl of Warenn, of the inheritance of Isabel his wife, daughter and 
heir of Robert. AguiUon, who survives, by service of a knight's fee ; 
which inheritance, with other lands, descended to them after the 
death of the said Robert, after marriage solemnized between them. 

Plompton. The manor (full extent given) held jointly by the said Hugh 
and Isabel, by the gift of William Bardolf, father of the said Hugh, 
to hold to them for life and to the heirs of the said Hugh lawfully 
begotten, of the earl of Warenn, service unknown. 

Heir as last above. 

Stteeby. Inq. 14 Oct. 32 Edw. I. 

Adyngton. The manor (full extent given), including the easement of the 
grange of Waldyngeham, held of the king in chief of the inheritance 
of Is[abel] his wife, daughter and heir of Robert AguiUon, who 
survives, by service of finding a cook at the king's coronation to 
make for the king a dish called ' mees de Geroun ' at the king's 
charges in a pot of clay (plh, lutea) ; which inheritance with other 
lands descended to the said Hugh and Is[abel], after the death of 
the said Robert, after marriage contracted between them ; and 
(there are due) thence bOd. (yearly) for sheriff's aid, 5s. to John de 
Bures, 5s. to the warden of MertonehaU, Oxford, 2s. to Robert Russel, 
4d. to the lord of Wykham, 6d. to the prior of St. Mary's, Suthwerk, 
and lib. cummin, price \\d., to the prior of Leuesham. 

Heir as last above. 

Kent. Inq. 2 Oct. 32 Edw. I. 

Hoo. Lands &c. worth 100s. yearly, of the inheritance of Isabel his 
wife, daughter of Robert Agylon, held of the abbot of Redyng, 
service unspecified. 

He held no other tenements in the county. 

Lincoln. Inq. 23 Oct. 32 Edw. I. 

Westburg. The manor with the hamlets of Dodington, Stubton, 
Stokking and Thorp (extents given), including a several pasture 
called Hogate Wro, carrying (averagium) worth 13s. 4d. by all "the 
customers to {apud) Raueswell towards the east and Hokesworth 
and Newerk towards the west, to Heygham towards the north and 
to Graham towards the south, from the feast of Easter {Sancti 
Pasch) to the feast of St. Michael, held of the king in chief 
as a member of the said Hugh's barony of Sheldeford, rendering also 
10s. yearly for the aid of the sheriff of Lincohi. 
Heir as above, aged 22 and more. 

Lincoln. Inq. 22 Oct. 32 Edw. I (defaced). 

Riskinton. The manor with the hamlets of Diggeby, Lejiesingham 
alias Lesingham, Rokesham^nd Brauncewelle (full extents given), 
including a several pasture called Redefen and several marshes called 



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Brendefen, Woldale (?) and Amwykfen, held of the king in chief 
as a member of the said Hugh's barony of Sheldeford, rendering 
also 32s. yearly for the aid of the sheriff of Lincoln. 
Filingham. A capital messuage, a water-mill, 216a. arable by the greater 
hundred, 32a. meadow, 15 free tenants holding 15 bovates of land, 
21 customers each holding 2 bovates of land, who do 321 works 
by the greater hundred, 6 cottars rendering 6s. 6d. yearly, 6 cocks 
and 6 hens, pleas &c. of court worth 6s. Sd., and bondmen's aid 
{ausiV) worth 20s. yearly, held of Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, 
by service of a knight's fee, with two attendances at the court of 
the fee of ' la Haye ' at Lincoln at the feasts of St. Michael and Easter. 

Heir as last above. 

Suffolk. Inq. Tuesday the morrow of St. Matthew, 32 Edw. I. 

Bures. The manor (extent givien) held of the inheritance of Isabel his 
wife of the king in chief, by service of \ knight's fee. 

Heir as above, age unknown because he was not born in Suffolk as the 
jurors believe. 

NoEFOLK. Inq. 17 Oct. 32 Edw. I {defaced). 

Wirmegeye. The manor (extent given),with lands, rents &c. in Rungeton, 
Fincham, Stowe and Qwinebergh, viz. — 
Rungeton. 32s. \\d. assised rents of free tenants, 19s. \\d. from 
customers and cottars holding 218a. land in villenage, works, 
hens, and pleas &c. of court with view of frank pledge. 
Fincham. A capital messuage, 71a. arable, la. meadow, 3a. several 
pasture, assised rents of 13 free tenants, customers holding 
80a. land in villenage, autumn works, and pleas &o. of court. 
Stowe and Well. A capital messuage, 240a. arable, 20a. meadow, 
5a. wood, a marsh, a fishery at Westwere(?) and Estwere, a 
windmiU, a rent on the eve of Holy Trinity, worth 25., rents 
of free tenants, customers and cottars, and rents of hens and 
57 sticks of salted eels, works &c. and pleas &c. of court. 
Quinebergh. A capital messuage, 140a. arable, 14a. meadow, 
8a. several pasture, a wood, 10a. alder, 3 windmills, 60s. rents 
of 9 free tenants, \2l. 3s. 8d. assised rents of 180 customers 
and cottars who hold 444(?)a. land in Whinebergh, Jakesham, 
Gerveston, Reymereston, Thurston, Bergh, Mateshale and 
Shipedham, 19 geese, 342 hens, 1300J eggs, works &o. and pleas 
&c. of court. I 

All held of the king in chief by barony and paying 7s. every 
month for the guard {custodiam) of the king's castle of Norwich, and 
6s. 8d. for ' waytefe ' yearly. 
Cauntele. A capital messuage &c., 80a. arable, 10a. meadow, a several 
pasture, a salt marsh, 6a. of rushes (junccarie), 4a. wood, a wind- 
mill, assised rents of 21 free tenants and 90 customers and cot- 
tars, hens, works &c. and pleas &c. of court with view of frank pledge. 
Castre. A capital messuage, 3a. arable in demesne, 10 1(?) a. land which 
are held for 141g'r. of barley, 110s. 6d. assised rents of 27 free ten- 
ants, 11. 9s. lid. assised rents of 81 cottars and customers holding 
291a. land in villenage, hens, works &c. and pleas &c. of court withi 
view of frank pledge. 



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Strumpeshagh. A capital messuage, 50a. arable, 20s. 9d. assiaed rent 
of customers holding nO^Q)a. land in viUenage, works &c. and pleas 
&c. of court with view of frank pledge. 

AU held of the king in chief by barony by service of 1| knight's fee. 
Strumpeshagh. 50a. arable, 4a. meadow, 4 pieces of saltmarsh worth 
66s. 8d. yearly, 2a. turbary(l), 3a. wood, a windmill, 41. assised rents 
of free tenants in divers towns, 28s. 9d. assised rents of 7 customers 
holdmg in viUenage, hens, works &c. and pleas &c. of court with 
view of frank pledge, held of the bishop of Norwich by service of 5s. 
Scrouteby. A messuage &c. 60a. arable, 54s. l|d. assised rents of 
free tenants and customers, hens, works, and pleas &c. of court 
with view of frank pledge, held of the bishop of Norwich by service 
of I knight's fee, of the inheritance of Isabel his wife, who survives. 
Heir as above, aged 22 and more. 
Extent or summary of the lands &c. which the said Hugh held of the 
inheritance of Isabel his wife, {defective) viz. — 
Suffolk. The manor of Bures. 

Southampton. Certain tenements in Gretham and Emmesworth. 
Hektfoed. Certain tenements in Watton Stone. 
SuKREY. The manor of Adington. 

Extent or summary of the lands &o. held by the said Hugh as abovesaid 
in cos. Norfolk, Bedford, Nottingham, Buckingham, Sussex and 
Lincoln, excepting Stoke Bardolf, Crofton, Plompton and Scrouteby, 
which are not mentioned, and excepting the lands &c. held of the 
inheritance of his wife. 
Schedule indented being a summary of lands &c. with their values, viz. — 
Sussex. Bercaumpe. 
Lincoln. Ristington and Pilingham. 
NoEFOLK. Strumpesagh and Runggeton. 
Bedford. Houhton, Wendovere and Sutton (sic). 

G.Edw.I. File\l5.(\.) 

237. Thomas Deuwy alias Dewy. 

Writ, 16 July, 32 Edw. I. 
Cornwall. Inq. made at Tywardraith, 13 Aug. 32 Edw. I. 

Trewithen". The hamlet (extent given) held of the king in chief, as 
of the manor of Moresk which is of the ancient demesne of the crown, 
by fealty as in free socage, rendering 4s. yearly at the said manor. 
Helleston. A house in the borough held in free burgage, of whom is 

unknown to the jury. 
Marcasiou. A house held of John de la Sale, service unknown. 
Truueru. A moiety of two water-mills in the borough held of 
Sir Thomas de Pridias in free burgage ; a .house with two shops and 
a bakehouse held of the said Sir Thomas in free burgage ; and a 
messuage &c. and 12a. arable outside the borough held of the 
said Sir Thomas by knight's service. 
Boswoer. \a. land Cornish held of Sir Serlo de Lanladron as of 

his manor of Alet by knight's service, rendering \\d. yearly. 
Tregellas. la. land Cornish held of John de Treiagu by knight's service, 
David his sou, aged 15^, is his next heir. 

G.Edw.I. FiUlU.{2.) 



EDWARD 1. 171 



238. William Trbnchefil alias Trbnchefoyl, brother and heir of 
Peter Trenchbfil alias Trenohefoyl. 

Writ to the escheator to take the proof of age of the said William, who 
says he is of full age and seeks his lands &o. which are in the 
king's wardship by reason of the lands &c. of John Comyn, earl 
of Boughan, which are in the king's hand, 1 Oct. 32 Edw. I. 
Dorset. Proof of age, 16 Nov. 32 Edw. I. 

John Justin, aged 60, says that the said William was 22 years 
old on the feast of the Conversion of St. Paul last, for hp was born at 
Upwymburn on that feast, 10 Edw. I, and baptized on the morrow in the 
church of All Saints there by William the rector ; and this he recollects 
because he married Eva his wife on the feast of St. Katharine in that 
year. 

William de Brudeport, 60 and more, says the like, and knows it because 
he did homage to Alexander Comyn, earl of Boughan, at Shepeheved on 
the feast of the Purification, 10 Edw. I. 

Thomas de Potern, 60 and more, agrees, and recollects because on the 
feast of St. Silvester, 10 Edw. I, he had a daughter Maud (born) who 
died the same year, and her death was written in the missal of that church 
for a perpetual memorial. 

PhiUp son of Elias, 60 and more, Walter Mautravers, 60, Hugh Pilol, 
60 and more, Edward Kaynel, 60, Roger de la Dene, 60, Nicholas Antioch, 
50, Roger de Hyneton, 50, John de Aven, 60, and John de Monaster', 
50, say that the said WilUam was 22 at the abovesaid feast, and know 
it because when John de Metyngham and his companions sat in the 
eyre at Shyreburn the said William was 6 years of age, and also by frequent 
access to the house of Peter Trenchefoyl his father. 

C.Edw. I. i^ife 115. (3.) 

239. John, son and heir of Richard Tempest. 

[York.] Proof of age made at Skipton in Cravene on Thursday aiter 
St. Michael, 32 Edw. I. 

William de Marton, aged 60, says that the said John was born at 
Braycewelle on the day of St. Bartholomew 21 years ago, and was 
baptized in the baptistery of the church of St. Michael there ; and he 
recollects the day and year because on the day of the Exaltation of the 
Holy Cross following, a son Patrick was bom to himself who was 21 at 
that feast last. 

William de Cestrunt, aged 50, agrees, and recollects because Margery 
his own mother was married to one John de Ursewyck of Lonesdale 
on the day of St. Martin next after the said John's birth, 21 years ago. 

John de Kygheley, aged 60, agrees, and recollects because on the day 
of the Translation of St. Cuthbert following the said birth, there was 
born to him a daughter Alice, who was 21 at that feast last. 

Henry de Aula, aged 40, agrees, and recollects because one Cecily 
his stepmother was married to William de Aula his father on the day 
of the Decollation of St. John the Baptist next after the said birth, 
twenty-one years ago. 

Robert Buck, aged 41, agrees, and recollects because he was at 
school (in scdlis) at Clyderhow on the exhibition (ad exhibitionem) of 



172 INQUISITIONS. 



Sir Henry de Kygheley, and on the morrow of the Nativity of St. John 
the Baptist next before the said birth he was so badly beaten there 
that he left the school, and from the day of that beating it was 
twenty-one years on the same morrow last past. 

Robert Forbraz, aged 50, agrees, and recollects because on the day 
of St. Michael followmg the said birth he crossed to France, twenty-one 
years ago. 

Ehas de Stretton, aged 70, agrees, and recollects because Anabel 
his wife died at the feast of St. Martin after the said John's birth, 
twenty-one years ago. 

Adam son of WiUiam de Brochton, aged 65, agrees, and recollects 
because he was a godfather of the said John and lifted him from the sacred 
font. 

Robert son of Geoffrey de Bradeley, aged 80, agrees, and recollects 
because he impleaded one Adam Standefast by a writ of right in the 
court of Skypton, before John de Totenhow, constable of the castle, and 
recovered seisin of the tenement sought about the feast of St. Martin 
next after the said John's birth, twenty-one years ago at the said feast 
next. 

Richard de Bradeley, aged 60, agrees, and recollects because at 
Christmas next after the said John's birth, there was born to him a son 
Henry who will be 21 at that feast next if then living. 

William de Brigham, aged 44, agrees, and recollects because at 
Whitsunday before the said birth he entered the service of Sir William 
de Paterton, twenty-one years ago at that feast last. 

Henry de Marton, aged 40, agrees, and knows it because on the same 
day there was born to him a son William, who was 21 at the feast of 
St. Bartholomew last. 

C.Edw.I. File US. (i.) 

240. Emma the wipe of Richabd Fauvel, daughter and heir of 
Elias de Rilleston. 

Writ to the escheator to take the proof of age of the said Emma on the 
petition of the said Richard who says she is of full' age and seeks 
the lands &c. of the said Ehas, who held of the king in chief as 
of the honour of Albemarle, 28 Jan. 32 Edw. I. 
[YoEK.] Proof of age made at Skipton in Craven on Wednesday the eve of 
St. Gregory the Pope, 32 Edw. I. 
John de Kigheleye, aged 50, says that the said Emma was bom at 
Flasceby on Sunday before St. Peter in Cathedra last, fifteen years ago, and 
was baptized in the baptistery of the church of St. Andrew, Geyregrave ; 
and this he recollects because at the feast of St. Martin before, he took 
a certain land of Henry de Cestreunde for a term of years, whereof at 
the feast of St. Martin last fifteen years had elapsed, as the chirograph 
testifies. 

Henry de Aula, aged 43, says the like, and recollects it because at 
Easter after the said Emma's birth he was dwelling in the service 
of Sir Ingram de Gynes, fifteen years ago at the said feast next. 

Elias de Stretton, aged 60, says the Uke, and recollects because Anabel 
his wife died twelve years ago at Christmas last, and on Sunday before 
the feast of St. Peter in Cathedra following the said Emma was 3 years of 



EDWARD I. 173 



age ; and he was in the inquisition made by the escheator after the death 
of the said Elias de Rilleston. 

Adam son of William de Broyghton, aged 54, says the like, and recollects 
because at Whitsunday after the said birth he demised a bovate of land 
in Stock to one Richard de Stock for a term of fifteen years, which will 
have elapsed at Whitsunday next. 

Richard de Fauvelthorp, aged 41, says the like, and recoUects because 
twelve years ago at the feast of St. Martin last, he demised all his land in 
Broyghton to one Hugh de Halton for twelve years, which elapsed at that 
feast last, and the said Emma on Sunday before the feast of St. Peter in 
Cathedra next after the said demise was 3 years of age, which he recollects 
because he had a son Robert of the same age. 

Robert Buck, aged 38, says the like, and recollects because Adam Buck 
his father died twelve years ago at the feast of the Ascension next ; the 
said Emma was then 3 years old, and he was in the church on the day she 
was baptized. 

Robert son of Geoffrey, aged 64, says the like, and recollects because 
at the feast of the Purification last fifteen years ago he enfeoffed Richard 
his son of 17a. land and meadow in Esteby, and the said Emma was 
born on the abovesaid Sunday following. 

Thomas Revel, aged 50, says the like, and recollects because at 
Christmas last fifteen years ago he married Eve his wife, and on the above- 
said Sunday following the said Emma was born. 

William de Brigham, aged 44, says the like, and recollects because 
at the feast of the Epiphany fifteen years ago he affianced Agnes his 
wife, and on the abovesaid Sunday following the said Emma was bom. 

Thomas del Twhaytes, aged 43, says the Uke, and recollects because 
Robert Forbraz his nephew fifteen years ago at the feast of St. Michael 
last married Joan his wife, and on the abovesaid Sunday following the 
said Emma was born. 

Adam Thorbrand, aged 53, says the like, and recollects because at 
Easter next after the said Emma's birth Anabel his wife bore him a son 
William, who at Easter next will be 15 years of age. 

Richard son of Hugh, aged 39, says the like, and recollects because 
fifteen years ago on Saturday after the Purification last, Henry his 
brother died, and on the abovesaid Sunday following the said Emma was 
bom. 

G.Edw.I. Fih\\5.{5.) 

241 . Roger son de- Henry de Beltoft. 

Writ, Dumfermelyn, 26 Jan. 32 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Ivq. maxie at Eppeworthe, 11 July, 32 Edw. I. 

Belton. A capital messuage, 6a. arable, \\a. meadow, and 5 free tenants 
who render ^\d. yearly, held of the heir of Roger de Moubray, a 
minor and in the king's wardship, by service of -^ knight's fee, 
suit at the said heir's court at Eppeworthe every three weeks, and 
rendering %d. to him yearly, and 15^d. to sheriff's aid. 
He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

WilUam his son, aged 4, is his next heir. 

C. Eiw. I. File 115. (6.) 



174 INQUISITIONS. 



242. John lb Brttn, of Tadyncton. 

Writ, 22 Oct. 32 Edw. I. 
Hereford. Inq. taken at Hereford on Monday after St. Luke, 33 Edw. I. 
Tadyncton. A garden, dovecot, 60a. land, 10a. meadow, and 3 free 

tenants and 3 customers (named). 
Bolynghope. 45a. land and 7 free tenants (named). 
Cleyhangre. 15 free tenants rendering lis. 6jd. yearly. 

All held of the king in chief by service of \ and ^ knight's fee. 
He held no other lands &c. 

John his son, aged 22 and more, is his next heir, 

C.Edw.I. File 115.0.) 

243. Robert de la Bebwe. 

Writ, 3 Nov. 32 Edw. I. 
Gloxtcester. Inq. taken at Gloucester, 14 Dec. 33 Edw. I. 

La Berwe within the manor of Erlingham. Two parts of a messuage 
and of a carucate of land held of the heir of William de Berkeleye, 
a minor and in the king's wardship, by service of placing the fu-st 
dish before him on Christmas day, rendering to him l\d. yearly 
as Peter's pence at Durseleye, and doing suit at his court there 
every three weeks ; and there are there a capital messuage &c. 
50a. arable, 4a. meadow, 2a. and two parts of la. wood of oak 
saplings (?) (bletronibus quercuum), and 7 free tenants (named 
including the abbot of Flixleye) rendering 23s. 5|d. yearly. 

Erlingham. la. land held of the heir of Robert de Berkeleye, who is in the 
wardship of Thomas de Berkeleye, by service of ^d. yearly ; and 
2a. land held of John de Cymudeshal. 

And he held through Joan his wife a messuage &c. 37a. land, 3a. 
meadow, and 2a. wood, which, before she was espoused to the said 
Robert, she obtained {jperpetravit) from John de la Berwe his father 
for her life, rendering to him and his heirs Id. yearly ; and 
there are there 6 free tenants (named). 

He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

John atte Berwe his brother, aged 11 at Christmas day last, is his 
next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 115. (8.) 

244. Richard de Asheby alias de Assheby. 

Writ, 15 Oct. 32 Edw. I. 
Leicester. Inq. Friday before St. Nicholas, 33 Edw. I. 

Bamesby. 3a. land and 6s. 8d. rent from 5 free tenants, together with a 
third part of the lordship of the whole township, held of John de la 
Sale, rendering 2d. yearly. 

Suth Croxton. A messuage with a moiety of a thorn thicket, 192a. arable, 
and 4 free tenants rendering 50s. rent, held of Thomas son of Thomas 
de Lincoln by knight's service, and rendering lOOs. rent sec yearly 
to the prioress of St. Michael's outside Staunford ; a messuage and 
60a. arable held of the said Thomas by knight's service, which 
service the said Thomas granted to Roger de Wylughby of Leicester 



EDWAED I. 175 



by a fine made in the king's court ; a toft with 48a. land held of John 
Tovk' by service of lib. pepper ; and the other moiety of the thorn 
thicket held of Ingeham de Benton by service of a peppercorn . 

Queneby. A messuage, 10| virgates of land, and 5s. 6d. and ^Ib. pepper 
rent from 3 free tenants, held jointly with Alice his wife of Thomas 
son of Thomas de Lincoln by knight's service, which service the 
said Thomas granted by a fine made in the king's court to Roger de 
Wylughby. 

Babegrave. A toft and 3a. land held of the master of the hospital of 
Burton Lazars {Scancti Lazari) by service of I5d. ; 5|r. land held of 
Master William de Boys by service of a rose ; and 5o. land held 
of WiUiam Burdet by service of a rose. 

Howes. 8s. rent from 2 free tenants held of Roger de Howes by service 
of &d. yearly. 

He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

John his son, aged 17 on the morrow of Ash Wednesday (scinerum) 
next, is his next heir. 

C.Mw.I. File\U.{9.) 

245. William Basset. 

Writ, 18 Nov. 32 Edw. I. 
Cornwall. iTiq. taken at Cambron, 20 Dec. 33 Edw. I. 

Tihidi. The manor (extent given), including 10a. land called ' la Launda,' 

held of the king in chief by service of | knight's fee. 
Trevalga. The hamlet (extent given) held of the king in chief by service 

of \ knight's fee. 

WiUiam his son, aged 5, is his next heir. 

Devon. Iriq. taken at Exeter, 15 Dec. 33 Edw. I. 

Whitechapel (aJba Capella). The hamlet (extent given) held of the heirs 
of Hugh Peverel, as of the manor of Taleton, by knight's service ; 
and 4Z. rent from John Hereward [of Ernescoumbe] a freeman, 
held of Geoffrey de Caumvile, as of the honour of Toriton, by 
knight's service. 

Heir as above, aged 4 years. 

Sttssex. Inq. made at Weston, 26 Jan. 33 Edw. I. 

Bebyton. A moiety of the manor (extent given) held of William 
de Monteforti by service of | knight's fee, rendering yearly to 
John Torel 20s. for the manor of Nymelond, co. Devon, which 
(sometime) was the said William's, and to the said John yearly 
for the manors of Tyhidy and Trevalewe, co. Cornwall, 81., by a 
fine levied in the king's court. 

Heir as above, aged 4 on the feast of St. Michael last. 

If the issues of the aforesaid lands &c. shall not reach the said 
rent of 81. it shall be lawful for the sa,id John Torel to distrain the 
manor of Ippesden, co. Oxford, which Hawis mother of the said 
William holds in dower, as well as the moiety of Bebyton, 

Extent or summary of the above manors, lands &c. 



176 INQUISITIONS. 



Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 26 Jan. 33 Edw. I. 
Cornwall. Inq. made at Launceveton, 24 Jan. 34 Edw. I. 
Cambron. The advowson of the church. 
St. Hogan. The advowson of the church. 
Eudruth. The advowson of the church of St. Uny {Evonini). 

All held of the kmg in chief. He had no knight's fees in the 
county. 

Petition to the king and council by Roger de Englefeld, complaining 
that whereas William, son of Sir Laurence Bassett, held of him the 
manor of Tyhidi, co. Cornwall, by service of two parts of a knight's 
fee, as may be seen by a fine levied in 25 Hen. Ill, between William 
de Englefeld his ancestor, whose heir he is, and Alan Basset grand- 
father of William Basset, whose heir he is, the king's escheator 
has seized the manor into the king's hand by reason of wardship 
by the nonage of William Basset, whereas the wardship of that 
manor pertains to the said Roger ; and praying that the fine may be 
viewed and right done. {French, undated.) 

Endorsed : Let the escheator be commanded to enquire if the earl 
'of Cornwall had the wardship of William Basset &c. ; and let the 
treasurer &c. of the exchequer be commanded to search the earl's 
muniments whether anything was done after the said fine whereby 
the wardship ought to belong to the king &c. and let justice be done. 

Transcript of fine made in the king's court at Oxford a month from Easter, 
25 Hen. Ill, between William de Englefeld and Alan Basset con- 
cerning a moiety of a knight's fee in Shiplake, whereby the said 
Alan acknowledged the same to be the right of the said William of his 
gift, to hold to him and his heirs of the said Alan and his heirs for 
ever, rendering a pair of white gloves or Id. yearly at Ippesden, 
and doing the services due to the chief lords. And the said William 
granted to the said Alan all his land in Tyhydy and all his other lands 
&c. in Cornwall of the inheritance of Geoffrey de Dunstanvill his kins- 
man, to hold to the said Alan and his heirs of the said William and his 
heirs for ever, doing two parts of the service of one knight's fee, 
together with the reversion of all the lands &c . which [Isabel ? ] the wife 
of Alan de Dunstanvill held in dower in the same county of his gift, to 
hold by the service aforesaid ; and he granted that he and his heirs 
should render to the said Alan Basset &c. lOOs. yearly at Ippesden 
for the life of the said Isabel, and after her death be quit thereof ; 
and he gave to the said Alan thirty marks. 

Writ of Privy Seal to the escheator to enquire whether the wardship 
of certain lands held by William Basset in Cornwall pertains to 
the king by reason of the nonage of his heir or not, their value, the 
age of the heir, and whether the king may give the wardship to 
whom he pleases, or not, &c. 14 Feb. 33 Edw. I. (French.) 
Cornwall. Inq. taken at Tihidy by writ from the king's wardrobe, 3 March 
33 Edw. I. 

Tihidy. The manor (extent given) held as abovesaid. 

Cambron, St. Hogan, and St. Uny, Rudruth. The advowsons of the 
churches. 

Trevalga. The hamlet (extent given) held as abovesaid. 
Heir as abovesaid, aged 5 years. 



EDWARD I. 177 



Alice late the wife of the said William is dowered wholly of the 
hamlet of Trevalga in the king's court. 

The king can give the wardship to whom he wills. 

Devon. Iriq. taken at Exeter by writ from the king's wardrobe, 10 March, 
33 Edw. I. 
Whitechapel. The hamlet (extent given) held as above. 

Heir as last above. 

Alice late the wife of the said William is dowered wholly of this 
hamlet. 

Sussex. Inq. made at Cicestre, 21 Feb. 33 Edw. I. 

Bebeton. A moiety of the town (extent given) held of Sir William de 
Mountfort by service of \ knight's fee, and rendering 9Z. yearly 
to John Torel for other lands which he had in Cornwall and Devon. 

Alice late wife of the said William is dowered of a third part 
thereof. 

Heir as last above ; but whether the wardship pertains to the king, 
and he can give it to whom he pleases, or not, the jurors caimot say, for 
the said William held other lands in Cornwall and Devon, tenure 
unknown. 

C.Edw.I. J't7e 115. (10.) 

246. BOOEB DE BtJRGHHULLE. 

Writ, 15 Oct. 32 Edw. I. 
Hereford. Inq. made at Hereford on Thursday before Palm Sunday, 
33 Edw. I. {defaced). 

Tullynton. The manor (extent given), including a wood called ' le 
Vlose,' held of John son of Reginald by service of \ knight's fee, 

doing homage, fealty, wardship and marriage only ; 

\ hide of land (held) of John Tranele(?) by service of 8s. yearly. . . 
3 free tenants for life, whereof one holds a messuage and 2 carucates 
of land by a rent of a clove gillyflower, and the others hold \2l. 
yearly rent and render two clove gillyflowers. 

Burghulle. A carucate of land containing 100a. arable, 12a. meadow, 
and a wood called Badenegge, held of Humphrey de Bonn, earl of 
Hereford and Essex, by service of two parts of a knight's fee ; a 
pasture held of Roger de Chandos by service of \2d. ; a parcel 
of wood held of Elizabeth de Camages by service of a rose 
yearly ; and messuages, lands &c. (extent given) held by certain 
tenants for life, free tenants, customers and cottars. 
He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

Roger, son of Roger his son, aged 2 at the feast of St. Frideswide last, 
is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File U5.{U.) 

247. Brian de Brotjmpton alias de Brompton. 

Writ to the escheator to extend the lands &c. of the said Brian, deceased, 
which are taken into the king's hand, 10 Oct. 32 Edw. I. To be 
returned before the barons of the exchequer. 



178 INQUISITIONS. 



Hbrbford. Inq. Monday after St. Nicholas, 33 Edw. I. 

Ayston. 100a. arable, 10a. meadow, a pasture, 27 free tenants rendering 
11. 125. 10c?. rent, 11 customers rendering U. 17s. 7d. rent, and 40d. 
pleas &c. of court. 

Salop. Extent Saturday after St. Andrew, 33 Edw. I. 

Kynlet. A messuage &c. a water-mill, 2 carucates of land containing 
120a. arable, 1 carucate of land newly enclosed from the waste by 
Walter Hakelut, 4a. meadow, a several pasture, a park containing 
100a., 57s. \Qd. rents from free tenants (named), 12 horse shoes 
rent, price 6cZ., for an assart, 11. IQs. \Qd. rent from bondmen, 
23s. 5a!. from cottars, and 2s. pleas &c. of court. 

Saxop [and Herefoed]. Extent. Thursday after the feast of St. Andrew, 

33 Edw. I. {much defaced). 
Brompton. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), and 

there ought to be paid 13s. 4d. yearly from the said manor at 

the castle of Wiggemore. 
Bocton. 80a. land, 4a. meadow, a water-mill, 33s. 9d. rent of a 

freeman (named), a park, pleas &c. 
Weston, a member of Brompton, 5s. %d. rent. 
Stowe, a member of Brompton. A water-mill and rents of certain 

Welshmen. 

C. Edw. I. File 116. (12.) 

248. Thomas de Belhtjs. 

Writ of flenius certiorari, because by an inquisition lately made the 
king understands that the said Thomas held the manor of Barkeston, 
CO. Leicester, of WiUiam de Ros by homage and foreign service, 
which manor with the other lands &c. of the said Thomas were 
taken into the king's hand, and now on behalf of Maud, late the 
wife of the said Thomas, it is shown that Richard de Belhus, father 
of the said Thomas, gave the manor to the same Thomas and Maud 
in free marriage, 17 Oct. 32 Edw. I. 
Leicester. Inq. made at Barkeston in the hundred of Framelond on 
Wednesday after St. Andrew, 33 Edw. I. 
Barkeston. The said Richard gave the manor to the said Thomas and 
Maud in free marriage, to hold to them and the heirs of their bodies, 
ten years ago, and the said Maud peacefully continued her seisin 
with her husband until his death. 

C.Edw.I.File\l5.{U.) 

249. Joan late the wife of Richard de Dover. 

Writ of certiorari to the escheator on the petition of John earl of Athol 
(Dasceles) in Scotland, whom the king has admitted to his peace, to 
enquire whether the said Joan held the manor of [Lesnes] in dower of 
the inheritance of Isabel [sometime sister of the said Richard], or not, 

and if so who is the said Isabel's heir &c 32 Edw, I. 

(fragment). 
Kent. Inq. made at Grenewich, 7 ... 33 Edw. I. (fragment). 

Lesnes. The said Joan held the manor of the inheritance of the said 
Isabel ; which (manor is held) (?) of the king in chief as member of 



EDWARD I. 179 



the barony of Cheleham, now in the hand of Alexander de Ba(liolo) 
England, who married the said Isabel. 

John, earl of Athol in Scotland, son of the said Isabel, aged 21 and 
more, is next heir of the said Isabel. 

C.Edw.I. I'iZe 115. (14.) 

250. Thomas de Crtte. 

Writ from Edward prince of Wales &c. to William Trussel his justice of 
Chester, 15 Sept. 32 Edw. I. 
Chester. Inq. taken in the full county at Chester on Wednesday after St. 
Michael, 32 Edw. I. 
Crue, Chelmundeston, Nantwich {Wyco Malhanc), Aston and Leyghton. 
1 knight's fee held of the king in chief, then earl of Chester, by service 
of 1 knight's fee, finding a man with barded horse in time of war 
in Wales and a horseman {hominem ad equum) to do guard {wardam) 
at the two fairs of Chester on the feasts of St. John the Baptist and 
St. Michael, and doing suit at every county (court) of Chester. 

He died at Crue on Sunday after St. Martin, 20 Edw. I. His daughters, 
Joan aged 34, whom Richard de Preers, aged 36, married with the licence 
of the king then earl of Chester, and Avice, aged 17, whom Thomas de 
Preers, aged 30, married with the king's licence, which the king's 
commission testifies, are his next heirs. There is nothing else to be 
enquired according to the custom of Chester. 

Mandate from the said prince to his justice and chamberlain of Chester 
requiring them to cause execution to be done to Thomas de Praers 
and Avice his wife according to the inquest herewith remitted, 
taking their oath of fealty &c. 19 Dee. 32 Edw. I. (French.) 

E. Inq. 'p.m. File 7. (4.) 

251 . Edmund de Mtjlfoed alias de Muleeoed. 

Writ, 12 April, 33 Edw. I. 
Wilts. Inq. made at Salisbury (Sarr'), 4 May, 33 Edw. I. 

Muleford. A messuage and a virgate of land held of the king in chief 
by service of keeping the king's forest of Clarindon by one man on 
foot. The king gave to Lady Eleanor his mother, sometime queen 
of England, the wardship of the said lands with the marriage of 
the heir, who gave the same to James Daubeney her yeoman, and 
he sold them to William le Noble. 

Agnes his daughter, aged 24, is next heir of the said Edmund, and has 
satisfied William le Noble for her marriage, and is not yet married, but 
wholly free. 

C.Edw.I. File 116.(1.) 

252. Henry de Wyveton. 

Writ, [*26] April, 33 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. made at Hedon in Holderness, 22 Sept. 33 Edw. I. 

Wyueton. A messuage and 1^ oarucate of land held of the king in chief, 
as of the honour of Albemarle, by service of ^^ knight's fee, doing 

♦ See Calendar of Fine Rolls, p. 514, 



180 INQUISITIONS. 



suit at the wapentake of Holdemess every three weeks, and rendering 
2s. for the guard of the king's castle of Skipse. 
John his son, aged 19 at the feast of St. Michael last, is his next heir. 

G.Edw.I. FilenQ.(2.) 

253. John DAMMAHTYiir alias Daumabtin, Damaktin. 

Writ, 10 March, 33 Edw, I. 
Essex. Inq. 6 July, 33 Edw. I. 

Beuchamp alias Belchamp St. Ethelbert (Bellum Campum Sancti 
Atheiberti). A messuage, l\a. land and la. pasture, held of the 
king, as of the honour of Boulogne, by service of doing suit at the 
king's court of Witham every month. 

William his son, aged 24 and more, is his next heir. 

G.Edw.I. File \IQ.{Z.) 

254. Eeginald le Moyl, of Bodmalgan, (dias lb Moel. 

Writ, 12 April, 33 Edw. I. 
Cornwall. Inq. 27 April, 33 Edw. I. 

Bodmalgan. A messuage &c. 8a. arable, 9a. pasture, a little grove contain- 
ing 2a. and 3 tenants by agreement {amvencionarii) who render 
65. yearly, held of the king in chief by service of :^ knight's fee, 
rendering ^d. yearly at the king's manor of Penlym, and doing suit 
at the court of the said manor every month. 

WiUiam his son, aged 18, is his next heir. 

C.EdwI. J'i7e 116. (4.) 

255. John le TAiLLtrR, of Little Badwe. 

Writ, 27 Aug. 33 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. taken at Danyghebury on Sunday the morrow of St. Edmund 
the King, 34 Edw. I. 
Little Badewe. A messuage, 17a. arable and \a. meadow, held of 
Richard Basset by service of 35. yearly ; and ll|a. arable held of 
Robert Vydelu by service of l%d. yearly. 

John his son, aged 13, is his next heir. 

G.Edw.I. File\\Q.{5.) 

256. John de Kyrkeby. 

Writ, 8 Oct. 33 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. Monday the feast of St. Luke, 33 Edw. I. 

Tocwyd. A messuage, 5 bovates of land, 8a. wood, 2a. meadow, and 
5 cottages, held of Nicholas heir of Laderana late the wife of John de 
Bella Aqua, [a minor and] in the king's wardship, by service of 
-^ knight's fee. 

Andrew his son, aged 30, is his next heir. 

KjTrkeby. The manor held of the abbot of Fountains by service of 
45. yearly, 

G.Edw.I. File 116.(6.) 



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257. John Coleman. 

Writ, 1 Feb. 33 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. Saturday after St. Matthias, 33 Edw. I. 

Pritelewell. A messuage and 120a. arable. 

Estwode. 14a. arable and 2a. wood. 

Both held of Margaret Grapinel by service of Id. yearly. 

Pritelewell. 20a. arable held of the countess of Oxford, as of the manor 
of Pritelewell, which she holds in dower, by service of I2s. 6d. yearly, 
and doing suit for her at the hundred of Rocheford, which is in the 
queen's hand, every three weeks, and at the court of the barony of 
Reylegh, which is in the king's hand, every month. 

He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

John his son, aged 10 at Easterday next, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 116. (T.) 

258. William de Haveeberghe alias de Haeeberg. 

Writ, 12 May, 33 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. Saturday the eve of Holy Trinity, 33 Edw. I. 

Reylegh. A capital messuage, 40a. arable and 2a. meadow, held of the 
king, as of the honour of Reylegh, of the inheritance of Alena his 
wife who survives, by service of i.d. yearly rent for the king's hidage . 

He held no other lands &o. 

Heir unknown, because he was born in co. Leicester. 

C.Edw.I. File 116. (8.) 

259. Nicholas le Convees. 

Writ, 21 July, 33 Edw. I. 
Derby. Inq. made at Loiigesden, 7 Sept. 33 Edw. I. 

Hope. A bovate of land held of the king in chief by service of keeping 
the king's forest in Eydale, Assop and Derw(en)t in person. 

Castelton. Five httle messuages held of the king in chief, as of the honour 
of the castle of the Peak, by service of rendering the king 20d. yearly 
by the hands of the bailiff of the said castle ; and 4 bovates of land 
held of the king in chief, as of the honour aforesaid, by service of 
rendering 4s. yearly to the king by the hands of his said bailiff. 

Thomas his son, aged 25 and more, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 116. (9.) 

260. William Gocblyn alias Goscblyn. 

Writ, 14 Feb. 33 Edw. I. 
Hereford. Inq. made at Wystempston, 12 Oct. 33 Edw. I. 

Westempston. A messuage and 20a. arable, held of the king in 
chief by service of conducting the king's treasure from the castle of 
Hereford to London at the king's charges ; and 3a. meadow held of 
Roger de Mortuo Mari by service of rendering to him 2s. 6d. yearly 
and doing suit at his court of Mauwardyn every three weeks. 

He died on Monday after the Conversion of St. Paul, 33 Edw. I. 
Walter his son, aged 28 and more, is his next heir. 



182 INQUISITIONS. 



Writ, 12 Oct. 33 Edw. I. 
Hereford. Inq. made at Mauwardyn on the eve of All Saints, 33 Edw. 1. 
Wystemston. . To the same effect as above. 

He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 
Heir as above. 

C.Edw.I. File 116. (10.) 

261 . William, alias William son of William, de Lascelbs. 

Writ concerning the lands &c. of the said William, who died under age, 

holdmg by knight's service of the heir of Roger de Moubray, a minor 

and in the king's wardship, 22 Nov. 33 Edw. I. 
Similar writ concerning lands &c. held by him by knight's service of the 

heir of Robert de Tateshale, a minor and in the king's wardship, 

22 Nov. 33 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. Wednesday after St. Andrew, 33 Edw. I. 

Soureby. The manor (extent given) held of William de Vescy of Kildare, 

lord of Malton, by service of two parts of a knight's fee, which service 

is assigned to Isabel late the wife of William de Vescy in dower, 
Brakenberh. The manor (extent given) held of the said WiUiam by 

service of \ knight's fee, which service is assigned to the said Isabel 

in dower. 
Harlauthorp. The manor (extent given) held of Lady Joan, late the 

wife of Robert de Tatessale the elder, and daughter and one of 

the heirs of Ralph son of Ranulph, by service of -^^s knight's fee. 
Thexton. Two bovates of land held of the said Lady Joan .... 

John de Lasceles his brother, aged 17 at the feast of the Inven(tion 
of the Holy Cross?), 32 (Edw. I), is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File\\Q.{ll.) 

262. Paul de la Mettyn. 

Writ, 16 Sept. 33 Edw. I. 
Cornwall. Extent made at Liskeret, 8 Oct. 33 Edw. I. 

La Mettyn. The hamlet (extent given) held of the king in chief, as of 
his castle of Launceveton, by service of finding him a man with 
linen armour (Jinea armura), cap and lance, in the said castle whenever 
war shall happen in those parts for forty days at his own charges, 

Philip his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File\\6.{l2.) 

263. Philip de Wylgheby alias de Wileby, de Wilebi, de Wylitby, 
Writ, 23 Aug. 33 Edw. I. 

Kent. Inq. made at Tenham, 14 Oct. 33 Edw. I. 

Boclond. A messuage &c., 44a. arable, and 10s. lid. rent, held of the 
king in chief, as of the honour of Crevquer, by homage and service 
of \ knight's fee ; 22a. arable held of Hugh de Gerunde by homage 
and service of J knight's fee ; 132a. arable, la. wood, and 37s. rent 
of free tenants, held of Henry de Leyboume, as of his manor of 
Biflete, by homage and service of \ knight's fee ; and pleas &c. 
worth 2s. 

WiUiam his brother, aged 80 and more, is his next heir. 



EDWARD 1. 18S 



Middlesex. Inq. {undated and defective). 

Edelmeton. A messuage, 84a. arable, 80a. woo3, 25a. meadow, and 
28s. rent, held of Geoffrey de Say by service of rendering 6s. 9d. 
yearly and doing suit at his court of Edelmeton every three weeks, 
of the prior of Holy Trinity, London, rendering 3s. Id. and lib. pepper 
yearly, of the prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in 
England rendering 4s. yearly, and of Richard le Keu rendering 4td. 
yearly. 

Totenham. A messuage, 80a. arable, 2a. wood, . . a. meadow and 12a. 
pasture, held of John de Britannia by service of 15s. and lib. pepper 
and doing suit at his court of Totenham every three weeks. 

Heir, Sir William de Wylgheby as above, aged 

Writ, 23 Aug. 33 Edw. I. 
Nottingham. Inq. taken at Nottingham, 8 Aug. 34 Edw. I. (defaced). 

Bolewell. [*A toft] and 2 bovates of land, held of the king in chief by 
service of being forester in Beskewod in fee, and 80a. pasture in 
Bolewell [*' ground ']. 

Heir as first above, aged 50. 

C.Edw.I. J't7e 116.(13.) 

264. William de Boyvill. 

Writ, 12 June, 33 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. made at Skipton in Craven on Saturday the eve of St. James, 

33 Edw. I. 
Collyngge. A hamlet held of the king in chief, as of the honour of the 

castle of Skipton, by homage and service of | knight's fee, and doing 

suit at his court of Skipton every three weeks. 
Sutton in Ayrdal. The manor held of William le Vavasour by homage 

and service of \ knight's fee, and rendering to him and his heirs 

10s. yearly. 

John his son, aged 22 on the day of St. Laurence next, is his next heir. 

Cumberland. Inq. made at Carlisle on Saturday after SS. Peter and Paul, 
33 Edw. I. 

Ireby. The manor held of the king in chief, as of the honour of Cokermue, 
by homage and service of \ knight's fee ; which manor Adam de 
Midilton held of the said William by homage, rendering him a sparrow- 
hawk yearly at the [feast of the] Assumption. 

Forest of Engylwode. A forester ship held of the king in chief in fee. 

Thorisby. 5 marks of land and rent held of Thomas de Multon of 
Gyllisland by homage and service of doing suit at his court at Burg 
every three weeks. 

Aynstaplyt. The manor held of Richard de Nevill by service of 4d. 
yearly. 

Heir as above, aged 22 and more. 

Writ of certiorari to the escheator to enquire what forestership the said 
William held in the forest of Inglewode &c. 5 Aug, 33 Edw. I. 
Cumberland. Inq. made at Wygeton on Wednesday before SS. Simon and 
Jude, 34 Edw. I. 

* So given in the Calendar printed in 1806, but now illegible. 



184 iNQUISmONS. 



Forest of Englewode. A forester ship in the ward of Alerdale held of the 
king ia chief by service of keeping the venison and the forest in the 
ward aforesaid. 

Heir as above, aged 23 and more, 

^ C.Edw.I. Fik 116.(14:.) 

265. Hugh de Beaumeys alias Beattmeys, de Bettmbys. 

Writ, 20 May, 33 Edw. I. 
LtNCOLN. Inq. 2 June, 33 Edw. I. 

Liimebergh. A capital messuage &c., 60a. arable, 22 free tenants 
rendering U. yearly, 3s. yearly toll of the market and 2s. pleas &c. of 
court, held of the king in chief by service of | knight's fee. 
Henry his son, aged 28 and more, is his next heir. 

Hereford. Inq. Tuesday after Holy Trinity, 33 Edw. I. 

Lude Muchegros. A moiety of the town (extent given) held for life, of 
the inheritance of Iseult sometime his wife by the courtesy of England, 
of Gerard de Henesford by service of ^ knight's fee. 
Henry, son of the said Hugh and Iseult, aged 28 and more at the feast 
of St. Thomas the Apostle last, is their next heir. 

Salop. Inq. made at Albriton on Saturday the morrow of St. Barnabas, 
33 Edw. I. 
Doniton. A capital messuage &c. 30a. arable and la. meadow, held of 
John de Beumeys by service of 18d. and lib. cummin yearly ; and 
40a. arable held of John de la Warre, lord of Albriton, by service of 
8d. yearly. 

Heir as last above. 

C.Edw.I. File 116. (15.) 

266. Margery, the wife of John de Gyzors alias Margery de Jesors. 

Writ, 2 Feb. 33 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. taken at Dunmawe on the feast of St. Matthew, 33 Edw. I. 
Neweton halle by Dunmawe. A moiety of the manor (extent given) 
held of Edmund de Berners by service of ^ knight's fee ; and 35a. 
arable, 1^. pasture, and two free tenants of the fee of Albemarle, 
rendering 2s. 6d. yearly, held of the king in chief, as of the honour 
of Albemarle now in the king's hand, by service of ^ knight's fee. 

John, son of John de Jesors deceased and the said Margery, aged 26 
and more, is her next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 116. (16.) 

267. Philip le Lardiner alias le Lardener, la Lardener. 

Writ, 16 June, 33 Edw. 1. 
York. Inq. Tuesday before the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 

33 Edw. I. 
York. A house called the prison of the Lardery (prisona Lardinar(ie*) ) 

where he had the custody of trespassers in the king's forest 

» See Fine Roll. 



EDWARD 1. 185 



of Galtres, and a rent of 11. 12s. Id. which he used to receive from 
the king's rent (firma) by the hands of the bailiffs of York. 
Thorp Andreu. 7s. rent. 

All held of the king in chief by service of keeping the prison afore- 
said. 

He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

His daughters, Margaret aged 20 at Whitsunday last, and Helen aged 
18 at the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist last, are his next 
heirs. 

G.Edw.I. FilellG.{n.) 

268. Geoffrey attb Punfold alias de la Pundfatjde. 

Writ, 3 Oct. 33 Edw. I. 
Sussex. Inq. made at Cicestre, 21 Dec. 34 Edw. I. 

Waleton by Boseham. A capital messuage and 8a. arable ; which, before 
the last ejrre of Salomon de Roff' and his associates in Sussex, he 
held of Roger Papillon and his ancestors by service qf rendering 
2s. yearly, but in the said ejie it was presented that that tenement 
was at one time a member of certain lands &c. in Bradebrigge by 
Bosham which the said Roger now holds of the king by serjeanty 
of rendering him two white capons whenever the king shall pass 
the said Roger's gate ; wherefore the said Geoffrey's tenement was 
taken into the king's hand by reason of the dismemberment of the 
said serjeanty, and the said Geoffrey had it back to hold of the king 
for 45. yearly at the exchequer. 
He held no other lands &c. in the baiUwick. 

John his son, aged 22, in his next heir. 

Petition of Roger Papilun that he may not be disinherited but may have 
his tenant aforesaid, as he and all his ancestors have had before the 
last eyre in Sussex, for the alienation was made before their seisin, 
when no man was accustomed to seek licence. {French. Undated,) 

Endorsed. Let the inquisition come before the treasurer and let him 
do what of right ought to be done. 

C.Edw.l. jP^e 116. (18.) 

269. Robert Bardolf alias Bardxjlf. 

Writ, 18 March, 33 Edw. I. 
BtrcKiNGHAM. Inq. Wednesday after St. Gregory the Pope, 33 Edw. I. 

Adestok. The manor (extent given) held of the earl of Ulster {Hulvister) 
by service of \ knight's fee ; which manor he acquired from Roger 
son of Ralph Bozun, to himself and' Lora his wife and his heirs, by 
fine levied in the king's court. 
Avice his daughter, aged 30, is his next heir. 

Suffolk. Inq. Friday before St. Dunstan, 33 Edw. I. 

Shellaund, Elmeswell, Haweley, Buxale, Finberwe and Rathsden. 
Certain tenements held for life by the demise of Ingram Belet and 
Avice his wife, rendering to them lOZ. yearly, with reversion to them 
and the heirs of their bodies. 

He held nothing in his demesne as of fee in the county. 



186 INQUISITIONS. 



Lbicbstbe. Inq. 17 July, 33 Edw, I. 

Claxton. The manor (extent given) held, of the mheritance of Lora 

his wife, of William de Ros by service of a knight's fee. 
(Unspecified.) Thirteen bovates of land and 45. yearly rent, acquired jointly 
by the said Robert and Lora to themselves and their heirs, of the 
fee of William de Ros ; and 9 bovates of land and 6s. rent, by the 
hands of Luke the marshal similarly acquired from divers men, of 
the same fee. 
Heir as above. 

Nottingham. Inq. 20 July, 33 Edw. I. 

Skerington. The soke, acquired jointly by the said Roger and Lora 
from Roger Bosun (?) to them and the heirs of the said Robert, 
and held of William de Ros by service of I knight's fee. 

Kyrketon. A messuage and a bovate of land similarly acquired from 
WiUiam de Kyrketon ; and 20s. yearly rent similarly acquired 
from William de Hotot, with the advowson of the church of Kyrketon 
every second vacancy. 

[Skerrington.] 12a. land and 2a. meadow in iJie soke aforesaid, acquired 
to himself and his heirs from divers men. 
Heir as above. 

Norfolk. Inq. made at Stokeferie, 15 July, 33 Edw. I. 

Wyrham. A capital messuage containing 4a., 100a. arable, 5a. meadow, 

and 14s. assised rent yearly. 
Crjntnplesham. A fourth part of a capital messuage, 12a. arable, 
|a. meadow, and a villein holding 7a. land and rendering 23d. yearly. 
AJl held of the earl of Gloucester by service of | knight's fee. 

Heir as above, the wife of Ingram Belet, aged 30 and more. 

C. Edw. 7. i^tie 116. (19.) 

270. John son of Hugh. 

Writ, 28 Sept. 33 Edw. I. 
YOEK. Inq. Wednesday after the Epiphany, 34 Edw. I. 

Ingelton. The manor (extent given) held, by the gift of Hugh son 
of Henry to himself and the heirs of his body, of the said Hugh and 
his heirs by service of rendering them \0l. yearly, and doing for them 
to the lord of Burton in Lonesdale, chief lord of that fee, 22s. yearly 
for a rent {firma) called Burton Male, 17s. for wapentake fine yearly, 
and the foreign service pertaining to 6 carucates of land whereof 
17 make a knight's fee ; which said Hugh, before the said gift, held the 
said manor with other tenements of the said lord of Burton by 
homage and service, and suit at the court of Burton every three 
weeks. 

Bentham hamlet. 3| bovates of land 4 tofts, 2 assarts, and a water- 
mill. 
Free tenants of the manor, viz. : — 

Caldecotes. The hamlet held by Geoffrey de Upsale by service of 3s, 
yearly and doing foreign (service). 

Twyselton. The hamlet held by Master William de Twyselton by 
service of 1(2. yearly and doing foreign (service). 



EDWARD 1. 187 



(Unspecified.) A bovate of land held by Adam de Mirewra by service of 

3s. Id. yearly and doing foreign (service). 
Bentham. A moiety of the hamlet held by John de Bentham by foreign 

service only. 

Henry his son, aged 3 at the feast of St. Edmund the King and Martyr 
last, is his next heir. 

NoRTHTJMBERLAND. luq. Monday the eve of St. Andrew, 34 Edw. I. 

Wytingham. Two parts of the manor (extent given with names of 
tenants), including a moiety of the town of Glanton held by John de 
Glanton, a free tenant, rendering 405. yearly, held of the inheritance 
of Isabel his wife, daughter and heir of Michael de Ryhill, of the 
king in chief in serjeanty, by service of ^ sparrow hawk for the 
whole manor, and there is rendered at the exchequer of Newcastle 
upon Tyne for the said sparrow hawk | mark yearly, whereof the 
• said Isabel renders two parts. 

The aforesaid Isabel, aged 24 at the feast of the Assumption last, is 
next heir of the lands &c. aforesaid. 

Writ {ad melius inquirendum) because in the above inquisition for co. York 
it is not stated who is the lord of Burton, 6 March, 34 Edw. I. 
[York.] Inq. taken at Setel on Friday the octave of the Annunciation, 
34 Edw. I. 

John son of Roger le Moubray is lord of Burton, and is a minor 
and in the king's wardship ; and Rose {Roysia) late the wife of the said 
Roger, is dowered by the king of the manor of Burton. 

G.Edw.I. File 116. (20.) 

271 . Alice de Mucegros alias de Mussegros, de Musegros, de Muscegros, 
DE Mtjcheqros. 

Writ, 4 Sept. 33 Edw. I. 
Cambridge. Inq. taken at Cambridge on Saturday before St. Michael, 

33 Edw. I. 
Henxton. A sixth part of the town (extent given) held of the king 

in chief by service of J knight's fee. 
Amington. The manor (extent given) held of the earl of Gloucester by 

service of J knight's fee. 

John de Ratingden son of Agatha de Ratingden, her kinsman, aged 
30 and more, is her next heir. 

Essex. Inq. Thursday after St. Matthew, 33 Edw. I. 

Brich. A curtilage, 5a. arable, and 31s. Hd. yearly rent of free tenants, 
held of William Gernoun by service of J knight's fee. 

Heir as above, son of Agatha sister of the said Alice. 

NoRTHAMPTo;iiir. Inq. made at Daventre, 24 Sept. 33 Edw. I. 

Esthaddon. A manor (extent given) held of the earl of Leicester 
by service of I knight's fee. 
John de Ratyngden is her next heir, and of full age. 

C. Edw. I. File IIQ. [21,) 



188 INQUISITIONS. 



272. Robert de Dodemanston alias db Dodemaston. 

Writ, 1 Feb. 33 Edw. I. 
Salop. Inq. made at Bruges on Saturday the eve of Easter, 33 Edw. 1. 

Dodemaston. Two parts of the town (extent given with names of 

tenants, including the prior of the hospital of Bruges) held of the 

heir of Philip Bumel, a minor and in the king's wardship, by service 

of a knight's fee. 

Hugh his son, aged 15 on the feast of the Assumption last, is his next 

\\q\v 

G.Edw.I. File 116. {22.) 

273. Adam Guedtjn alias Guedotjn alias Sir Adam Gtjrdon, knight. 

Writ, 8 April 33 Edw. I. 
Sottthampton. Inq. made at Aulton, 29 April, 33 Edw. I. 

Alicesholte and Wolvemere. The bailiwick of the forest held for life 
of the king in chief by the grand serjeanty of keeping that forest, 
and by service of rendering 13s. icZ. yearly at the king's exchequer ; 
for John le Venuz, lately deceased, held that bailiwick &c. and, 
with the king's licence, granted it to the said Adam to hold for life 
only, with reversion to himself and his heirs ; wherefore by the 
death of the said Adam the reversion pertains to John, son and heir 
of the said John le Venuz, aged 40 and more. 
Joan daughter of the said Adam, aged 45, is his next heir. 

SotriHAMPTON. Inq. made at Aulton, 13 April, 33 Edw. I. 

Tistede. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service 

of I knight's fee. 
Selebum. A hall, grange and oxhouse roofed with tUes, 56a. arable, a 

dovecot, 2a. pasture, and 4 free tenants rendering 12s. lOd. yearly, 

held of the prior of Selebum by service of 50s. yearly rent. 
La Stiepe. A house thatched with straw and 20a. arable, held of 

Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, by service of 10s. 

yearly rent, as of the hundred of Aulton. 

Joan his daughter, aged 45, is his next heir. 

Surrey. Inq. 20 April, 33 Edw. I. 

Padindene. The manor (extent given) held of John de Hastinges by 
service of | knight's fee and rendering him a pair of gilt spurs yearly 
price 8d. 

Heir as above, aged 40 and more, 

G.Edw.I. File 116. (23.) 

274. Robert Scarlet. 

Writ, 22 Jan. 33 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq. made at Hadlou, 22 Feb. 33 Edw. I. 

Westpecham. A fourth part of the manor (extent given), including 
a wood called 'la Hurst,' and 3 tenants rendering 2s. 6a. yearly for 
' gavelhey ' ; which manor is held of the king in chief by service 
of mewing a goshawk. 

He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 
John Scarlet his brother, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 



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Writ of cettiorari the above inquisition making no mention whether the 
goshawk ought to be mewed at the charges of the said Robert and 
his heirs, or of the king, 10 March, 33 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq. made at Mailing, 28 March, 33 Edw. I. 

Westpecham. The said Robert held a fourth part of the manor ; which 
whole manor is held of the king in chief by homage, and service 
of mewing one of the king's goshawks at the charges of those who 
hold the manor. 

Writ of certiorari, Robert de Leybum having given the king to understand 
that John son of John Scarlet is next heir of the said Robert [Scarlet], 
the escheator is commanded to make enquiry in the presence as well of 
the said Robert and John son of John, as of the said John Scarlet 
brother of the said Robert, 5 April, 33 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq: 5 May, 33 Edw. I. (defective.) 

John Scarlet brother of the said Robert, aged 30 and more, is his next 
heir, and he had no other heir. 

The said Robert and John son of John were warned fifteen days 
before the taking of this inquisition, but (came not nor) sent (anyone) 
for them. 

C.Edw.I. File\n.{\.) 

275. John de Paunton. 



4 Dec. 33 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. 27 Dec. 33 Edw. I. 

Paunton. A capital messuage, 104«. arable, 10a. meadow, 6 free tenants 
rendering 25s. &d. yearly, 8 customers rendering 60s. yearly, and 
pleas &c. of court, held of the archbishopric of York, now vacant 
and in the king's hand, by service of \ knight's fee. 
He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 
William de Paunton his brother, aged 32, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 111. (2.) 

276. Nicholas de Ltjttbeworthe alias de Lutteeeworthe. 

Writ, 10 Oct. 33 Edw. I. 
Leicester. Inq. made at Friseby on Thursday after St. Nicholas, 34 Edw. I. 
Skeftington. A cottage, 2J virgates of land, and 3s. yearly rent, held 
[by the courtesy of England] of the inheritance of Gundreda his wife, 
long deceased, of the king in chief by service of finding a man 
carrying the king's writs in the king's war in England for forty 
days at his own charges. 

He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 
Thomas, son of the said Gundreda, aged 24, is her next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 117. (3.) 

277. John de Redinges alias de Redyng'. 
Writ, 20 Aug. 33 Edw. I. 

Southampton. Inq. 4 Oct. 33 Edw. I. 

Westetone. A hall, grange (and) oxhouse, thatched with straw, with a 
garden, 61a. arable, 4a. meadow, 10 free tenants rendering 12s. yearly, 
4^Z6. pepper and lib. cummin, and 4 customers rendering 22s, 4d. yearly, 



190 INQUISITIONS. 



held of the king in chief by service of homage for all serivce ; and 
4a. wood held of Ralph de Monte Hermerii, earl of Gloucester and 
Hertford, and Joan his wife by service of Ud. yearly and domg 
suit at their court of Mapeldurham every three weeks. 
He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 
His daughters, Margaret the wife of William Walsheman aged 30, 
and Isabel aged 23, are his next heirs. 

C.Edw.I. File 111. {4:.) 

278. Thomas de Mobile ye alias de la Morbley, db la Moerbley, de la 

MOBRYLEY. 

Writ to the sheriff of Cumberland to enquire whether the said Thomas, 
whose lands &c. were taken into the king's hand because he was 
against the king in the first Scotch war, was afterwards admitted 
into the king's peace and so died, and whether Thomas his son^ 
who has prayed the king to restore him his father's lands in Alne- 
burgh, Little Broughton, Godrikeby and Pykehou, co. Cumberland, 
was always in the king's peace, as is said, or not, 4 April, 33 Edw. I. 
CtTMBEBLAND. Inq. taken at Aldenburgh on Monday after the octave of 
St. John ante Portam Latinam, 33 Edw. I. 

The said Thomas the father, immediately after the first Scotch 
war was admitted to the king's peace, and died in his fealty ; the 
said lands &c. in Alneburu', Little Broohton, [G ?]rodreby and 
Pykehou, were taken into and are still in the king's hand because 
he was against the king in the said war : Thomas his son was 
always in the king's peace. 

Writ of certiorari to the same sheriff to enquire of whom the tenements 
abovesaid are held, and whether the said Thomas his son is next 
heir or not, and of what age, 23 May, 33 Edw. I. 
Cumberland. Inq. taken at Carlisle on Tuesday after the Assumption, 
33 Edw. I. 

Alene burgh. The tenements are held of William de Berchaude, an 
idiot in the king's wardship, and of Robert de Hedon and Mariota 
his wife, co-parceners and lords of Alneburgh, by service of 20d. 
yearly rent. 

Little Broghton. The tenements were formerly held of the countess of 
Albemarle (Avitemarlye), of the honour of Cokermouth, by service 
of rendering 6cZ. for cornage at Cokermouth, and doing suit at the 
court there every three weeks ; which honour is now in the king's 
hand, and the tenements are held of him by the same service. 

Goderikeby. Thomas de Alneburgh, grandfather of the said Thomas 
son of Thomas, enfeoffed Thomas de Cleter of the hamlet of 
Goderikeby to hold to him and his heirs of the master of the knights 
of the Temple in England, chief lord of that fee, rendering 30s. yearly 
to himself and his heirs, and 6d. yearly to the chief lord and his 
successors. 

Pikehou. The tenements are held of Alan de Roule by service of 3d. 
yearly for comage. 

Thomas his son, aged 13, is his next heir. 

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279. Adam db Erlbton. 

Writ, 14 March, 33 Edw. I. 
Salop. Inq. Saturday the feast of SS. Philip and James, 33 Edw. I. 

Erleton. A messuage and a carucate of land (extent given with names 
of tenants), held of the king in chief by service of rendering 65. 8d. 
yearly at the king's exchequer. 
Clotleye. Two cottages (tenants named) rendering 6s. yearly, 9a. land, 
and la. meadow, held of the church of Wroccestre by service of 12d. 
yearly rent. 
He held no other lands in the bailiwick. 
John his son, aged 4 at the feast of St. Petronilla next, is his next heir. 

Writ {missing). 
Salop. Inq. concerning the tenure of the above lands held of the king, made 
at Welynton on Saturday before St. John the Baptist, 33 Edw. I, 
Erletdh. A messuage and a carucate of land held of the king as above 
only, and not by knight's service or serjeanty. 

C.Edw.I. FiUm.(Q.) 

280. Christiana late the wife of Robert de Brtjs alias Christiana de 

Brtjs. 

Writ, 6 July, 33 Edw. I. 
Cumberland. Inq. made at Penrith on Saturday after the Assumption, 
33 Edw. I. 
Hezelspring in Ingelwod. A vaccary held of the king in chief by service 
of rendering Id. yearly to the king by the hands of the sheriff. She 
held no other lands fee. in the bailiwick ; and because enquiry as 
to her heir is not contained in the writ, nothing has been done 
therein. 

Writ ad melius inquirendum, because Christopher, son and heir of John de 
Seton deceased, has given the king to understand that the said 
Christiana held for her life certain lands in Gamelesby and Unthank 
of his inheritance, by the said John's demise, of the king in chief, 
which the escheator has also taken into the king's hand, and because 
the inquisition makes no mention who is the said Christiana's next 
heir &c., 27 Aug. 33 Edw. I. 
Cumberland. Inq. made at Carlisle on Tuesday the feast of the Exaltation 
of the Holy Cross, 33 Edw. I. 

Engelwode. A vaccary Tcalled Heslespringskale held of the king in 
chief by service of Id. to be paid yearly to the sheriff for the king's 
use. 

Gamelesby and Unthank. The towns held for life by the grant of John de 
Seton to Robert de Brus and the said Christiana and the heirs of 
their bodies, with reversion to the said John and his heirs ; and 
as the said Robert and Christiana died without such heir, the tene- 
ments revert to Christopher, son and heir of the said John de Seton , 
aged 28 and more ; they are held of the king in chief b3'' homage, and 
by I3s. 4ci. comage to be rendered yearly to the sheriff for the king's use. 

Market Ireby. The manor held for her life of John de Boyvill by 
homage and service of rendering a sparrowhawk, by the grant of 



192 INQUISITIONS. 



Adam de Midelton by a fine levied in the king's court ; which manor 

the said Adam now holds. 
Joan the wife of Roger de Edneham, aged 30 and more, Joan the wife 
of Eobert de Hodeleston, aged 28 and more, Christiana the wife of John de 
Farlame, aged 26 and more, and Isabel the wife of Hugh de Bochardby, 
aged 25 and more, are her next heirs. 

Writ of plenivs certiorari on the petition of Adam de Middelton, the 
king's clerk, assertmg that the said Christiana held the vaccary of 
Heselspring for life only by his demise and that by her death it 
ought to revert to him, wherefore the escheator is commanded to 
make enquiry in the presence of the said Adam and of the heirs 
of the said Christiana &c., 20 Oct. 33 Edw. I. 
CuMBEELAND. luq. made at Penereth on Monday before St. Andrew, 
35 Edw. I. 

Heselspring in the forest of Englewode. The said Christiana held the 
vaccary for her life by the demise of the said Adam, ana it ought to 
revert to him, by virtue of the said demise which was made on the 
morrow of the Epiphany, 31 Edw. I. 

C. Edw. I. File in. (1.) 

281 . William de Ovilb alias de Oville. 

Writ, 15 May, 33 Edw. I. 
Somerset. Inq. made at 'la Radeclive' in Bristol, 4 June, 33 Edw. I. 

CnoUe. The manor (extent given) held with Joan his wife, deceased, 
daughter of Jordan la Warre, jointly enfeoffed by the said Jordan, 
in free marriage to them and the heirs of their bodies, of the heir of 
John Giffard, a minor and m the king's wardship, by service of | 
knight's fee, and suit of court at the manor of Scherynton, co. Wilts, 
every three weeks. 

He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

William their son, aged 40 and more, is their next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File m. (8.) 

282. Master William Burnel. 



t, 6 April, 33 Edw. I. 
Oxford. Inq. Tuesday after Palm Sunday, 33 Edw. I. 

Oxford. His capital messuage in which he dwelt, held in chief of the master 
and brethren of the hospital of St. John outside the east gate 
of Oxford, by service of 6d. yearly ; a plot of land 50 feet by 60 feet, 
lying between ' le Grekhale ' and the messuage aforesaid, held in 
chief of the prior &c. of St. Frideswyde's, Oxford, by service of 12d. 
yearly ; 2 messuages which he had of the gift of the master &c. of 
the hospital aforesaid, held in chief of the aforesaid prior &c. by 
service of 32d. yearly; four messuages in the parish of St. Aldate in 
the high street viz. one which he had of the gift of the said master &'c. 
situate between the tenement of the prior &c. aforesaid and the 
school which was of the Jews, held of John son of Walter le Orfevere 
of Oxford, by service of 15d. yearly ; one which was the Jews' school, 
and which after their exile the said Master William had of the king's 
gift, which the Jews held in chief of the said John son of Walter by 



EDWARD I. 193 



service of 15d. yearly and of the said prior &c. by service of id. 
yearly ; one which he had of the gift of Richard de Morton, situate 
between the said Jews' school and the tenement which was of 
Argaiicia late the wife of Vives of Gloucester the Jew, which messuage 
she held in chief of the said John son of Walter by service of 15d. 
yearly ; and one which was of the said Argaiicia the Jewess, and 
which he had of the king's gift after the exile of the Jews, and it 
lies between the tenements which were of Richard de Morton and 
Nicholas de Coleshill, and the said Argaiicia held it in chief of the 
said John son of Walter by service of 15d. yearly ; and upon the 
said four messuages are built nine shops and four cellars ; he also died 
seised of a messuage which he had of the gift of Robert de Driffeld 
in the parish of St. Edward, which he held in chief of the said 
master &c. by service of 12d. yearly ; and a plot of land 80 feet by 
100 feet which he had of Richard de Morton, and it lies between 
the tenements of Robert de Driffeld and Hugh Gary, and is held in 

chief of the goldsmith (Aurifabro) by service of 7s. 6d. 

yearly. 

Edward son of Sir Philip Burnel, aged 18(?) as the jurors understand, 
is kinsman and next heir of the said Master William. 

C.Edw.I. File 111.(9.) 

283. Isabel de Grey. 

Writ, 6 Dec. 33 Edw. I. 
Northampton. Inq. taken at Hetheryngton, 23 Dec. 33 Edw. I. 

Duston. A manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service of a 
knight's fee. 

She held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

John de Grey her grandson (nepos), aged 30, is her next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File m. (10.) 

284. Walter Battdewyn of Bergholte alias Baldewyne. 

Writ, 26 April, 33 Edw. I. 
Sfeeolk. Inq. Sunday before the Ascension, 33 Edw. I. 

Asington. A messuage, 20a. arable, and Ir. pasture, held of John de 
Peyton in chief by knight's service, doing 4:d. for scutage when it 
runs, and rendering 6s. 8d. yearly and suit at his court of Peyton 
every three weeks ; 4a. arable held of his own inheritance of 
Master William de Bosco by service of 2s. yearly ; and 7a. arable 
held of Robert de Gedding by service of 2s. and Iqr. of oats yearly. 

He held nothing there of the inheritance of Joan ' sometime ' his 
wife. 

• Thomas his son, aged 25 and more, is his next heir. 

SuiTOLK. Inq. Monday before the Ascension, 33 Edw. I. 

Bergholte. A messuage, 12a. arable, 2a. 3r. meadow, 4a. pasture, and 
14a. land held in villenage rendering 6s. 8d. yearly held with 
Joan his wife, who survives, of the king in chief of her inheritance 
of the king's ancient demesnes, by service of 15s. yearly at the 
exchequer by the hands of the sheriff ; 19a. arable and 3a. 3r. 

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194 INQUTSITIONS. 



meadow similarly held of the same inheritance, of John de la Mare 
by service of 5s. yearly ; 7a. 3r. pasture similarly held of the same 
inheritance, of the prioress of Camppese by service of 2s. yearly ; 
and 2s. 3d. rent of 4 free tenants similarly held of the same inheri- 
tance, of the fees of the master of the Knights of the Temple in 
England and John de Aldham by service of 2s. 2d. yearly. • 

He held no lands &c. there of his own inheritance of the king in 
chief. 
Thomas Baldewyn their son, aged 25 and more, is next heir of the said 
William and Joan. 

G.Edw.I. File m. (11.) 

285. Alice de Scapwyk alias de Skappewyk. 

Writ, 28 Feb. 33 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. 14 March, 33 Edw. I. 

Tirinton. A capital messuage, 60a. arable, 3a. meadow, a several pasture, 
and 9 free tenants rendering 9s. yearly and pleas &c, of court, held 
of the king in chief, as of the fee of Bayeux now in the king's hand, 
by service of a third part of 2 knights' fees and by suit at the court 
of Bayeux at Lincoln every six weeks. 

She held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 
Adam de Wanervile, aged 40, son of Margaret de Tirinton, and Andrew 
de Tirinton, aged 26, son of Emma de Tirinton, (which Margaret and 
Emma are) sisters of the said Alice, are her kinsmen and next heirs. 

Pourparty of Andrew de Tirington of the inheritance of the said Alice as 
abovesaid. 

Pourparty of Adam de Wanervile of the same inheritance. 

G.Edw.I. File in. (12.) 

286. William de Godyton. 

Writ, 10 April, 33 Edw. I. 
SoiTTHAMPTON : IsLE OP WiGHT. Inq. made at Schorewell, 22 April, 
33 Edw. I. 

Goditon. A hall, grange, oxhouse &c., 30a. arable, 20a. pasture, and a 
free tenant rendering I2d. yearly, held of the king in chief by service 
of doing ^^ knight's fee at the manor of Whitefeld, which manor 
the king gave for her life to Mary his daughter, a nun of 
Amblesburr[y]. 

La Hale. A grange and oxhouse, 20a. arable, 10a. pasture, and la. 
meadow, held of Baldwin de Insula by service of J knight's fee. 
He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

Robert his son, aged 32, is his next heir. 

G.Edw.I. Filem.(U.) 

287. Robert Moryn alias Mobin. 

Writ, 18 March, 33 Edw. I. 
Southampton : Isle op Wight. Inq. made at Neuport, 28 March, 33 Edw. I. 
Hydithetone. A house thatched with straw, 14a, arable and 2a. pasture, 



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held of the king in chief by service of ^ knight's fee, as of the honour 
of Karesbrok now in the king's hand. 
Notlestone. A house in bad condition (debilis) and 10a. arable, held 
of the king in chief by service of doing one suit twice a year at the 
court of the manor of Wytefeld, which manor the king gave for her 
life to Mary his daughter, a nun of Ambresbury. 
He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

William his son, aged 36, is his next heir. 

G. Edw. I. File 117. (U.) 

288. Ralph de Cokbshale alias de Coggeshale, de Goggeshalb. 

Writ, 4 May, 33 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. 20 May, 33 Edw. I. 

Little Bemflet. A messuage, 40a. land and 4Z. rent, held for life 
only, for Laurence de Plumbergh, who at one time held the said 
messuage, land and rent of the king in chief by service of a knight's 
fee, as of the honour of Relegh now in the king's hand, and doing 
suit at the court of Relegh every three weeks, granted the same to 
the said Ralph, John his son, and Sarra the said John's wife now 
deceased, to hold to them and the heirs of the said Sarra of the 
king by the services due ; 60a. arable, which the said Laurence, 
who held them of Peter Burr' by service of 20s. yearly, granted to 
the said Ralph, John and Sarra by the form of the feoffment afore- 
said ; and 300a. land, 12a. meadow and 12a. pasture and 20a. wood, 
which the said Laurence, who held them of the abbot of Westminster 
by service of 3s. yearly, similarly granted to the said Ralph, John 
and Sarra. 
John his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

Essex. Inq. 24 May, 33 Edw. I. 

Pakelesham. The manor (extent given) held with John his son and Sarra 
the said John's wife, by the enfeoffment of Laurence de Plomberewe, 
father of the same Sarra, to the said John and Sarra {sic), 
and the heirs of the said Sarra by fine levied in the king's court, 
of Sir Drew de Barentyn by service of 2 marks yearly, and doing 
suit at the hundred (court) of Rocheford every three weeks ; and 
150a. arable called ' Rogwerde,' which is a member of the said manor, 
held of the heirs of Thomas de Stodham by service of 1/6. cummin. 

Heir as above. 
Essex. Inq. 19 May, 33 Edw. I. 

Codham. A manor (extent given) held of Richard de Bathesworth 

by service of a knight's fee. 
Shaldeford. A messuage &c., a water-mill, 240a. arable, 2a. wood, and 
5s. rent of free tenants, a member of the manor of Codham, held of 
Sir Ralph de Hengham by service of \ knight's fee. 
Heir as above. 

Essex. Inq. taken at Stratford, 18 May, 33 Edw. I. 

Dodenhoo. The manor (extent given) held of Thomas Box and Petronilla 
his wife by service of 4(Z. yearly and doing suit regularly at their 
courts throughout the year. 

Heir as above, aged 26. 



196 INQUISITIONS. 



Essex. Inq. taken at Stratford, 18 May, 33 Edw. I. 

Coggeshale. A manor ; whereof, the capital messuage, 180a. arable, 
5a. meadow, and a mill, held of John Fillol by service of 695. U. yearly ; 
60a. arable, 4a. meadow, and 4a. pasture, held of the abbot of Cogges- 
hale by service of 7s. yearly ; 40a. arable and 5a. pasture, held of 
the abbot of Westminster, by service of doing suit at the abbot's 
court and rendering 3s. yearly ; a fulling miU held of the heirs of 
William atte Napelton, by service of Id. yearly; and there are 
40s. rents of free tenants. 

Heir as above, aged 26 and more. 

C. Edw. I. File 111. {15.) 

289. Michael de Spychewyk. 

Writ, 16 March, 33 Edw. I. 
Devon. Inq. made at Asperton, 24 March, 33 Edw. I. 

Spicheswich. Two parts of the manor (extent given), whereof Mariota 
late the wife of William de Spicheswych holds the third part in dower 
of the inheritance of the said Michael ; which manor he held of the 
heir of Robert Waleraund as of the manor of Stoke Curcy by service 
of a knight's fee, and doing suit at the court of the manor every 
three weeks ; and the manor of Stoke Curcy, together with the 
whole inheritance of the said heir, is in the king's hand by reason 
of the idiocy of the same heir. 

He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

William his son, aged 18 on the feast of the Annunciation next, is his 
next heir. 

C.Edw.I. Filein.{\%.) 

290. William de Pageham. 
Writ, 22 Jan. 33 Edw. I. 

SotTTHAMPTON : IsLE OF WiGHT. Inq. made at Merston, 7 Feb. 33 Edw. I. 
Merston. A hall, grange, and oxhouse, thatched with straw, 34a. arable 
marled, 40a. arable not marled, 50a. rushes {p.){janciorum), 3a. turbary, 
4 free tenants (named), and 9 cottars, held of the king in chief by 
service of \ knight's fee as of the manor of Wytefeld in the Isle of 
Wight, which manor the king gave for life to Mary his daughter, 
a nun of Aumbersbery ; for which tenement he did homage to the 
king. 

John his son, aged 16J, is his next heir. 

Southampton. Inq. 6 Feb. 33 Edw. I. 

Funtelighe. The manor (extent given), including a hall roofed with 
tiles, and a grange and oxhouse thatched with straw, held of Henry de 
Glastingbury, knight, by service of J knight's fee. 
Heir as above. 

Writ (of certiorari), on the complaint of Henry de Glaston' that whereas 
after the death of the said William he had seized the manor of 
Funtle.co. Southampton, mto his hand as chief lord, by reason of the 
mmority of the heir, the escheator had ejected him and taken the 
maaor into the king's hand, 12 March, 33 Edw I 



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Southampton. Inq. made at Tich', 22 March, 33 Edw. I. 

The said William, held of the king in chief a tenement in Mershton 
in the Isle of Wight by service of J knight's fee as of the manor of 
Whytefeld, which manor the king gave to Mary his daughter, a 
nun of Aumhresbury, for her life : he held the manor of Funteleye of 
Henry de Glastingbury, Isnight, by service of J knight's fee. 

Writ of certiorari to the escheator to enquire whether the said William 
held anjrthing of the king in chief as of the crown, or not, 30 March, 
33 Edw. I. 
Southampton. Inq. made at Funtelighe, 9 April, 33 Edw. I. 

The said William held nothing anywhere of the king in chief, except 
a tenement at Mershton held as aforesaid and not as of the crown. 

G.Edw.I. Filein.{n.) 

291 . John lb Fauconer alias le Fauconie, lb Faukeneb. 

Writ, 1 April, 33 Edw. I. 
Sussex. 7wg. 7 April, 33 Edw. I. 

Pernestede by Bourne. A capital messuage, la. meadow, 60®. arable, 
and two free tenants rendering 4s. 6d. rent, held of the heir of Richard 
son of Alan, late earl of Arundel, a minor and in the king's wardship, 
by service of rendering lOs. yearly at the manor of West bourne, 
which was the earl's. 

His daughter Joan, aged 23, whom John son of John le Butiller married, 
is his next heir. 

Southampton. Inq. 12 April, 33 Edw. I. 

Lymburne. A hall, grange, oxhouse &c., a water-mill, a windmill, 
and rents of free tenants and cottars, held of Agnes Merlay and her 
heirs without any service ; a messuage and 20a. land, held of John 
Tracy by service of a clove gillyflower ; and a messuage and 20a. 
arable, held of Adam de Rutherfeld by service of fealty only. 

Warblington. A messuage and 20a. arable, held of Matthew son of 
• John by service of 12s. yearly ; 2|a. arable held of Nicholas son of 
Simon Stak' by service of ^Ib. pepper yearly ; and la. arable held 
of Gilbert de Rus by service of Id. yearly. 

Hayling Island. 128a. arable held of William Daunvers by service of a 
clove gillyflower yearly ; and 320a. arable held of the abbot of 
Troam {Troarc'), which is alien and in the power of the king of 
France, by service of Id. yearly. 

Heir as above. 

G.Edw.I. Filem.{U.) 

292. William Gumbaud alias Gobaude. 

Writ, 22 July, 33 Edw. I. 
Ltngoln. Inq. 9 Nov. 33 Edw. I. 

Kilvyngholm alias KiUingholm. A capital messuage, 160a. arable, 20c. 
salt meadow by the sea, 2ja. fresh {recentis) meadow, a customer 
rendering 20a. 6jd. yearly, and 7 cottars (named), held of Sir William 
de Fontaines by service of | knight's fee, and rendering 2s. Id. yearly 
for sheriff's aid by the hands of the said Sir William. 



198 INQUISITIONS. 



Staunford. Certain yearly rents (extent giveiji with names of tenants) 
held by service of Id. yearly. 
His sisters, Joan aged 30, Lora aged 24, whom David de Fletwyk 
married, and Margaret aged 22, whom Laurence de Holebeche 
married, are his next heirs jointly. 



■it, 22 July, 33 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. made at Hedon, 22 Sept. 33 Edw. I. 

Thome alias Thomgumbaud. The manor and a carucate of land, held 
of the king in chief, as of the honour of Albemarle by service of 
J^ knight's fee, doing suit at the wapentake of Holdemess every 
three weeks, and rendering 4d. yearly for the guard of the castle 
of Skipse, and 5d. for sheriff's aid. 
Holme by Paule. A toft and ^ bovate of land, held of Alexander de 

Holm by service of rendering Id. yearly. 
Otringham. Four tofts, 2 bovates and 6a. arable, and 17a. meadow, held 
of John de Lasceles by service of rendering a clove gillyflower yearly ; 
and 225. 2d. yearly rent from divers tenants and 2 closes of several 
pasture, held of Gerard Salveyn by service of rendering 3d. yearly. 
His sisters, Lora the wife of David de Fletwyth, Margaret the wife of 
Laurence de Hollebech, Joan Gumbaud, a nun at Swyne, co. York, and 
Christiana Gumbaud, a nun at Stykeswald, co. Lincoln, are his next 
heirs and all of full age. 

C.Edw.I. File m. {19.) 

283. William db Pakbnham. 



■it, 6 July, 33 Edw. I. 
NoEFOLK. Inq. made at Swafham, 14 Aug. 33 Edw. I. 

Dersingham. A capital messuage, containing 3a. Ir. by the perch of 
16J feet, 52a. arable, 3a. 2Jr. meadow, a several pasture for sheep, 
a little alder wood, 205. rent, works &c. held of the heir of Robert 
[son of Robert] de Tateshale, a miaor and in the king's wardship, by 
service of J knight's fee ; 12a. land held of Geoffrey de Naringg by 
service of 2d. yearly ; 6a. land held of Robert de Essex, service un- 
specified ; and 3a. 3r. land held of Edmund Bate by service of Id. 
yearly. 

Shamebum. la. 3r. land held of Geoffrey Yethan by service of Id. 
yearly. 

Edmund his son, a knight, aged 27 and more, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File m. (20.) 

294. JOICE LE SCEOP. 

Writ, 12 Dec. 33 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. made at Lincoln, 28 Dec. 33 Edw. I. 

Barton upon Humbre. Four messuages and 80a. arable, held of the king 

in chief, as of the barony of Gaunt now in the king's hand, by 

service of ^ knight's fee. 
Coleby, Haytheby and Theuelby. A messuage &c. and 6 bovates of 

land, held of John de Boys by service of 2s. and lib. pepper yearly. 
Coleby. Two tofts and 2 bovates of land, held of John do Kent by 

service of 36. 6d. yearly. 



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Normanby. Two tofts and 2 bovates of land, held of Richard de Daleby 

by service of 20d. yearly. 
Burton. 5s. rent from divers tenements, held of the prior of Thomholm, 

service unknown. 
Walcot. 12d. rent from divers tenements, held of the same prior, service 

unknown. 

He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

Joan his sister, aged 30, whom Walter de Osgodeby married, is his 
next heir. 

Writ of plenius certiorari, on the petition of Walter de Osgodby and Joan 
his wife, commanding the escheator to enquire whether Alice de 
Gaunt, daughter of Gilbert de Gaunt the elder, granted to Robert 
Lescrop, ancestor of the said Joan, common of pasture called Luttle- 
mersch in Barton upon Humber, or not, and if so, whether the said 
Robert and his heirs had it continuously until Gilbert de Gaunt, lately 
deceased, when Joice Lescrop, brother of the said Joan, was a 
minor and in his wardship, caused it to be enclosed, or not, and 
how much the said common, which the said Walter and Joan 
claim, contains &c. 10 April, 33 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. Tuesday after St. Luke, 33 Edw. I. 

The said Alice enfeoffed the said Robert of common of pasture in 
Littilmersk, who died seised thereof, as did his son Walter, and Joice 
son of the said Walter, after whose death Robert his son, father of Joice 
Scrope lately deceased and of the aforesaid Joan, entered and 
continued his seisin until LadyGonora de Gaunt, to whom Gilbert de 
Gaunt her father gave in free marriage a moiety of Barton, disseised 
the said Robert ; she sold her moiety of Barton to Sir Gilbert de 
Gaunt, who gave the whole town to the king, whose bailiffs did not 
permit the said Joice to use the said common. The said Joice was 
not in the wardship of the said Gilbert nor wa;S Robert, his father, 
disseised by the said Gilbert, but the said Joice was in the wardship of 
the said G onora for eighteen years . She disseised the said Robert in his 
last days and held the said pasture several, and it is so still. Ten years 
have elapsed since the said Gilbert enfeoffed the king of Barton, and 
forty years since the pasture was held several ; the pasture contains 
160a., whereof the abbot of Bardenay holds a moiety of the gift of the 
said Gilbert and his ancestors. The said Joice was aged 40 when he 
died : he was for eighteen years in the wardship of one Peter de Santon in 
CO. York, and often sought the said common from the said Gilbert, who 
excused himself with fair words, and when he brought a writ against 
him always excused himself by the king's protections, and the said 
Joice was always sickly {hinguidus) and could not prosecute his right. 

C.Edw.I. File 117. (21.) 

295. Thomas de Gorges. 

Writ, 1 July, 33 Edw. I. 
Dorset. Inq. 4 Aug. 33 Edw. I. 

Schupton Maurward alias Maureward. The township (extent given) 
held jointly with Emma his wife of the king in chief, as of the honour 
of Christchurch Twynham now in the hand of Lady Margaret queen 



200 INQUISITIONS. 



of England by the king's gift, by service of a knight's fee, of the gift 
and enfeoffment of William de Georges (sic) brother of the said Thomas ; 
and the said Emma peacefully continued her joint seisin until the 
said Thomas's death ; and a messuage &c., a virgate of land, and 
la. meadow, similarly held in form aforesaid of John Cribbe, rendering 
8d. and a pair of gloves price Id. yearly. 
John his son, aged 5 at the feast of the Ascension last, is his next heir. 

Devon. Inq. made at Exeter, 15 Aug. 33 Edw. I. (defaced.) 

Tamerton Poliott. The manor (extent given) held by the said Thomas 
and Emma of Hugh de Courtenay by knight's service, by a fine 
levied in the king's court at York on the octave of St. Martin, 
32 Edw. I, between the said John and Emma and Herbert de Ferrar{iis), 
who granted them the said manor to hold by the services accustomed, 
to them and the heirs of their bodies with reversion to the right 
heirs of the said Thomas. 

Heir as above. 

C.Edw.I. File 11% (22.) 

296. Henry de la Pomeray. 

Writ, 4 Sept. 33 Edw. I. 
Cornwall. Extent 27 Sept. 33 Edw. I. 

Trigony. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief, as pertaining 
and annexed to his manor of Biry, co. Devon, which he held with his 
other lands of the king in chief by barony. 
Henry his son, aged 14, is his next heir. 

Devon. Extent, Monday before St. Michael, 33 Edw. I. 

Stokeley Pomeray. The manor (extent given), a member of the manor 
of Bery, held of the king in chief by service of barony. 
Heir as above. 

Devon. Extent, Thursday after St. Matthew, 33 Edw. I. 

Biry. The manor (extent given), including a park of 100a. with deer, and 
7L lis. S^d. rent of the burgesses of Brugeton, held of the king in 
chief by service of barony. 
Hurberton. A moiety of the manor (extent given) held of the king in 

chief by service of barony. 
Brixham. A moiety of two parts of the manor, which is a member of 
the manor of Hurberton (extent given), held of the king in chief. 
Heir as above. 

Writ of certiorari de feodis <fec., 4 May, 34 Edw. I. 
Cornwall. Inq. taken at Lostwithiel, 11 Julv, 34 Edw. I. 

Treveredd (?) and Penharth. ^ knight's fee which Osbert le Sor and 

John Seneschal hold. . 
Trelosou. ^ knight's fee which Ralph de Bonevyle holds. 
Trevailus (?). ^ knight's fee which Stephen Trewitheneck holds. 
Lisnewith. ^ knight's fee which Richard Deneys holds. 
Kellesteg. Two parts of 1 knight's fee which John de Kellesteg (de 
eadem) holds. 



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Karburra. | knight's fee which Henry de Bodrigan holds. 
Trewithel. ^ knight's fee which John de Penwern holds. 
He had no advowson of a church in the county. 
Devon. Inq. made at Exeter, 16 July, 34 Edw. I. 

Cridie Peyteveyn, Dynescoumbe, Est Wogwell and West Wogwelle. 

3 knights' fees which Henry Wyger holds. 
Yhaddeburi. Two parts of 1 knight's fee which Robert de Horton 

holds. 
Hoxham. J knight's fee which William de Hoxham holds. 
Hevetre. 1 knight's fee similarly held. 
Hille and Exton. | laiight's fee similarly held. 
Babbecoumbe. | Imight's fee similarly held. 
Clist Fomezon. ^ knight's fee which Henry de Ashe holds. 
Gatecoumbe. i knight's fee which Hugh Prouz holds. 
Borecoumbe. | knight's fee which Richard de Branchescoumbe holds. 
Mouleshywhisshe. | knight's fee which Richard de Moulehywissh holds. 
Asshecoumbe. | knight's fee which Nicholas de Kirham holds. 
Hanek. 1 knight's fee which John Tremunet holds. 
Knytteton. | knight's fee which Robert de Stokeheye holds. 
Kynydon, Yhernecoumbe and Halgwell. 2 knights' fees which the heir 

of Roger Prall holds. 
Donstonston. | knight's fee which William de Donstonston {de eadem) 

and Henry Norreis hold. 
Chircheton. 1 knight's fee, which Hugh de Fereirs holds. 
Whithelegh. | knight's fee similarly held. 
More and Frenecote. IJ knight's fee similarly held. 
Kyngeston Facy. ^ knight's fee similarly held. 
Lymbury. ^ knight's fee similarly held. 
Fenton. a knight's fee similarly held. 
BrokhuU and CarsweUe. | knight's fee similarly held. 
Wynescote. J knight's fee similarly held. 
Hoo. J knight's fee which Gilbert de Beare and the heir of Giles 

de Fhisacre hold. 
Brodwode Wyger. 1 knight's fee which Henry Wyger holds. 
Sydeham Aumarle. 1 knight's fee similarly held. 
Waghefen. | knight's fee similarly held. 

Bradeford Heriz and Middelcote. ^ knight's fee similarly held. 
More Veteris Pontis. I knight's fee similarly held. 
Thrushelton. 1 knight's fee which Nicholas de Veteri Ponte holds. 
Soure. 1 knight's fee which Roger de Alveston holds. 
Doune. Two parts of 1 knight's fee which the heir of John de Doune 

holds. 
Stoddon and Waleford. ^ knight's fee similarly held. 
Brixston. 1 knight's fee similarly held. 
Stotescoumbe. | knight's fee similarly held. 
Northon Beauceyn. | knight's fee similarly held. 
Chichelesburgh. ^ knight's fee similarly held. 
Shireford Priors. | knight's fee similarly held. 
Sidenham Maury. Two parts of 1 knight's fee similarly held. 
Clist Rof . ^ knight's fee which the heir of Richard Poddig holds. 
Femhulle. J knight's fee which the heir of Andrew de Wigheworthi 

holds. 



202 INQUISITIONS. 



Kildrynton. I knight's fee which Robert son of Payn holds. 
Gropeton. ^ knight's fee which Richard Meuwy holds. 
Westodley. 1 knight's fee which the heir of John Ponchardoune holds. 
Bokerel. SJ knights' fees which Humphrey de Bello Campo holds. 

The following fees owe relief by the death of their mesnes : — 
(Unspecified.) | knight's fee which Gilbert son of Stephen holds. 
La Bere. ^ knight's fee which Roger Crispyn holds. 
Craneford. J knight's fee which Gilbert son of Stephen holds. 
Osenenne (?). ^ knight's fee which the abbot of Buccestre (?) holds. 

He had no advowsons of churches in the county. 

C.Edw.I. Filel\%.{l.) 

297. John Dammory alias Dammary. 

Writ, 9 June, 33 Edw. I. 
Somerset. Inq. 16 Aug. 33 Edw. I. 

Hurdecote. A messuage and a ferling of land, held of Mary the king's 

daughter in free socage, rendering 2s. yearly. 
Somerton. 12a. arable and 6a. meadow, held of the present queen, 

rendering 2s. \Qd. yearly. 
Sutton Abbots. 25a. 3r. arable and la. meadow, held of William le 

Venour, of the inheritance of Sibyl the said William's wife, by service 

of \lh. pepper, price 3cZ ; also 2 tenants rendering 5s. yearly and lOrf. 

for works; and 5a. meadow held of Robert de Sancto Claro, as of 

the fee of Mertok, rendering \lh. pepper price 3d. yearly. 
Werne. A third part of a hide of land held of William le Venour by 

service of a third part of a pair of gilt spurs or of Qd., which land the 

villeins of Werne held of the said John by the service abovesaid. 
Saltmore. A third part of 4a. land and of pasture for 60 cattle {flveria), 

held of the heirs of Aure and Stathe by service of a third part of 2lh. 

wax at the chapel of St. James, Stathe, on the eve of St. James, 

price Qd. a lb. 
Bodecleye. 20a. arable held of William le Tok' by service of \2d. yearly. 
Westchinnok. A messuage &c., 27a. arable, 3^a. meadow, and pasture 

for 4 oxen, held of Ralph le Mareschal by knight's service. 
He held no other lands in the bailiwick. 

John his son, aged 1 year at the feast of St. Michael next, is his next 
heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 118. (2.) 

298. Thomas de Boltbsham. 

Writ, 25 June, 33 Edw. I. 
Warwick. Inq. made at Warwick, 9 Aug. 33 Edw. I. 

Long Ichinton. Seven messuages and 7 virgates of land in villenage, 
held of the king in chief by service of ^ knight's fee. 

His grandson, Thomas son of Thomas de Bucton [alias de Boketon], 
aged 12 at the feast of All Saints, 32 Edw. I, is his next heir. 

Northampton. Inq. made at Daventre, 24 Sept. 33 Edw. I (mutilated). 

Braundeston and Braundeston Bery. A capital messuage &c., 36a. 
arable, a meadow called Fiswere, a several pasture, rents of free 



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tenants and viljeins, and pleas &c. of court, held of William le Ros 
of Ingmanthorp bj/ service of [6] barbed [arrows]. 

Heir as above, [son] of Alice, daughter of the said Thomas de 
Boltesham, aged 12. 

Braundeston. A garden, 120a. arable, 9a. meadow, a several pasture, 
30s. rents of villeins, 7s. from 2 cotmen, and a bakehouse, held 
for life of Nigel de . . lyngwrth and Alice his wife by service of a 
pair of gloves. 

Staverton. 17s. 4d. assised rent, 4 hens and lib. pepper, similarly held 
by the service aforesaid. 

Which tenements ought to revert to the said Nigel and Alice 
and the heirs of their bodies. The said Nigel is of full age, and 
holds the tenements in Braundeston of William le Ros, lord of 
Bewer, by service of 6 arrows, and the tenements in Staverton of 
William Albe, the younger, by service of a pair of gloves. 

Staverton. Ml. 10s. 9d. assised rent held for life, by the courtesy 
(curialitate) of England of the inheritance of Senicla (?) sometime 
his wife, of John de Daventre by service of a knight's fee. 

The said Senicla had four daughters, viz. — Sibyl, deceased, who had a 
son and heir Nicholas de Couesgrave, who is of full age ; Agnes, 
deceased, who sold her right to Robert Kynne, whereof a fine was 
levied in the king's court between them ; Isabel, deceased, who 
had two daughters, Agnes and Maud as one heir, who are of full 
age ; and Alice, deceased, who had a son and heir Thomas son of 
Thomas de Boketon, aged 12. 

C.Edw.I. #iZell8. (3.) 

E. Inq. p.m. File 7. (5.) 

E. Enrolments <fec. of Inq. No. 9. 

299. Joan Charles, late the wife of William Chaeles. 

Writ, 2 March, 33 Edw. I. 
Suffolk. Inq. Thursday before Easter, 33 Edw. I. 

Ketelbergh. The manor (extent given) held by service of ^ knight's 
fee of the king in chief, who gave it to William Charles and the 
said Joan, to hold to them and the heirs of the said William. 

Edward, son of the aforesaid William and Joan his wife, aged 36 and 
more, is their next heir according to the form of the king's charter of 
feoffment. 

Norfolk. Inq-. 5 May, 33 Edw. -I. 

Billingford. The manor (extent given), including a fishery and a rent of 
25 'styckes' of eels, held of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee. 
(Unspecified.) 16a. land held of Hugh de Veer and Denise his wife by 
service of 25. yearly. 

Edward her son, aged 36 and more, is her next heir. 

Middlesex. Inq. 20 March, 33 Edw. I. 

Westminster. A messuage and 32a. land, held of the abbot of West- 
minster in chief, rendering to him lOs. yearly, to the hospital of 
St. James 5s., to the church of St. Margaret 5s., and to one Master 
William de Wauden lOd. 
Heir as last above, aged 35. 



204 INQUISITIONS. 



NoBTHAMPTON. luq. 3 May, 33 Edw. I. 

Milton. A capital messuage &c., 200a. arable, 6a. meadow, 30a. wood, 
16s. IQd. rent of free tenants and lib. pepper, U. lOs. rent of villeins, 
and pleas &c. of court, held for life of Godfrey, abbot of Peter- 
borough, by service of a knight's fee, rendering by the hands of the 
abbot, for the guard of the castle of Rokjmgham 2s. 1\d. and for 
sheriff's aid 2s. 7|(i. yearly, which guard and aid the abbot holds 
at fee farm of the king and pays a fixed sum {certum) at the king's 
exchequer yearly, and by doing suit at the abbot's court of Castre every 
three weeks, rendering 2s. yearly at the abbot's hundred of 
Langedyk, and doing suit at the court of Torpel every three weeks for 
his tenants in Eylleswurthe. William Charles and the said Joan 
acquired the said tenements of Geoffrey de Milton, to hold to them 
and the heirs of the said William. 

Edward son of the said Wilham and Joan, aged 37, is their next heir. 

G.Edw.I. ^t7ell8. (4.) 

300. Nicholas de Trbnoda. 

Writ, 12 Dec. 33 Edw. I. 
Cornwall. Inq. made at Liskeret, 3 Feb. 33 Edw. I. 

Trewen, Polcarou and Trehir. 45. lid. free rent in the hamlets, held of 
the king in chief as of his manor of Liskeret in free socage by service 
of rendering Id. yearly at the said manor. 
Trenoda. The hamlet (extent given) held of Sir John de Ripariis in 

chief by knight's service. 
(Unspecified.) A ferling of land in the hamlet, held of Roland de 
Coykin in chief, as of his manor of Fowyton by knight's service, and 
there are there 5a. arable and 10a. pasture. 
Trewe3mon. 6s. M. free rent in the hamlet held of William de Bodrigan 
as of his manor of Pendrim, by service of rendering to him 2s. yearly, 
Hendre. 5s. rent held of John de Clis by service of I2d. yearly. 
Trembron. 12s. rent held of Joan de Laydak by service of 25. 8d. rent 
yearly. 
He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 
John his elder (antenatus) son, aged 12, is his next heir. 

G.Edw.I. File 118. (5.) 

301 . John de Sutton. 
Writ, 22 Jan. 33 Edw. I. 

Nottingham. Inq. made at Mamesfeld, 9 March, 33 Edw. I.' 

Sutton in Asshefeld. The manor (extent given with names of free tenants), 
including a carucate of land in Oxton held by Beatrice de Sutton 
rendering a sore sparrow hawk yearly, and 2 bovates of land in 
Hothweyt held by John son of Andrew de Skiggeby rendering 8s. 
yearly ; all held by service of rendering to the king's bailiffs of the 
soke of Mamesfeld 14s. yearly, and doing suit at his court there 
every three weeks, and by service of finding an armed horseman 
m the kmg's army in Wales, whenever the king shall be there, for 
forty days at his own charges. 

John his son, aged 16 on Sunday before St. Peter in Cathedra last, 
is his next heir. 



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Derby. Inq. Saturday after St. Chad {Ceadd'), 33 Edw. I. 

Snyterton in the wapentake of Wyrkesworth. A third part of the town 
(extent given with names of tenants), including a capital messuage, 
held of the earl of Lancaster in free socage by homage and service 
of 7s. 9|d. yearly, and suit at the said earl's wapentake in Wyrkes- 
worth every three weeks ; and a third part of the town (extent 
given with names of tenants), including a capital messuage, held 
of Robert de Deuek, knight, in free socage by homage and service 
of I5qr. of corn yearly, and paying 8s. 7|rf. for him to the earl of 
Lancaster yearly at his manor of Wyrkesworth, but it does not 
suffice for the payment of the said rent. 

Free tenants : — 
Ybull. The manor held by Ralph de Snyterton, the younger, 

rendering 20s. yearly. 
Mattelok. 8a. land held by John de Myners, rendering Ss. yearly. 
Estcote. A messuage with a croft in a place called Estcote held by 

Nicholas de Marchynton, rendering 3s. yearly. 
Spilhsbiry alias Pillesbiry. A site of a sheepcot {placea cujusdam 

hercarie) held by the abbot of Myryvale, rendering Qd. 

yearly. 
Peuerwyche. A messuage and IJ bovate of land, each bovate contain- 
ing 56a., held by the said John of Henry de Knyveton, knight, 
rendering him Id. yearly, and to the earl of Lancaster for him 
6s. Ofd. at his manor of Wyrkesworth. 

Heir as above, aged 16 and more. 

C. Edw. I. File 118. (6.) 

302. Robert lb Bajjd alias de Baud. 

Writ, 27 Sept. 33 Edw. I. 
NoRTHAMPTOiir. Inq. 16 Oct. 33 Edw. I. 

Grafton. A fourth part of the manor (extent given) held of the king in 
chief by service of keeping a white brachet (hound) together with 
the other lords of the manor, viz, — ^his proportion for a fourth 
part of the manor ; and 7a. arable in the field of Craneford held of 
Thomas le Courzoun by service of a rose. 

Lodynton. A capital messuage &c., 140a. arable, lOa. meadow, 5s. rent 
of a freeman, 70s. rent of villeins, 24s. 8<?. rent of cot men &c., a 
wind-mill, pleas &c. of court, held of Sir Henry de Lacy, earl of 
Lincoln, by service of two parts of a knight's fee. 

Simon his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

Grafton. A moiety of the manor (extent given), including a capital 
messuage, and 100a. wood within the bounds of the forest, held for 
life by the demise of William Hanred for lOL yearly, after which 
demise the said William committed felony and was hanged, and the 
king entered upon the said moiety as his escheat, from which time 
the said Robert held the said moiety of the king and rendered the 
said lOl. at the king's exchequer. 

He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

v. Edw. I. File 118. {7.) 



206 INQUISITIONS. 



303. Fttlk Baynaed alias Baniakd. 

Writ, 10 June, 33 Edw. I. 
NoafOLK. Inq. made at Bonewelle, 27 June, 33 Edw. I. 
Hadeston. The manor (extent given). 
Merton. The manor (extent given). 

Both held of Sir Robert son of Walter by service of 8^ knights' 
fees, and 28s. at the end of every 24 weeks for the guard of Baynard's 
Castle {Gastri Baniardi). 

He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

Robert his son, aged 40 and more, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 118. (8.) 

304, Httgh de Weston. 

Writ, 25 Sept. 33 Edw. I. 
Stafford. Inq. Friday before St. Luke, 33 Edw. I. 

Weston. The manor (extent given with names of tenants). 
Neuton. A moiety of the town (extent given with names of free tenants). 
Both held of the heir of Richard son of Alan, sometime earl of 
Arundell, a minor and in the king's wardship, by service of a knight's 
fee. 
John his son, aged 28 at the feast of Easter last, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 118. (9.) 

306. William de Tendring. 

Writ, 14 June, 33 Edw. I. 
Suffolk. Inq. Friday after St. Mary Magdalen, 33 Edw. I. 

Stoke Neylond alias Stokes atte Neyland. A messuage &c., 12a. arable, 
|ffl. wood and 2a. pasture, held of William de Criketot by service of 
4s. yearly and suit at his court ; a messuage &c., 30a. land, 2a. pasture, 
3s. rent of free tenants, and a water-mill, held jointly by the said 
William and Beatrice his wife of Ralph de Bemers in chief by service 
of i knight's fee ; 100s. rent held by the said William and Beatrice 
of William de Sancto Georgeo by service of Id. yearly ; 2 messuages, 
a garden, 40a. land, 12a. meadow, 8a. pasture, lOZ. rent, and a wind- 
mill, held by the said William of the heirs of Robert de Myssegros, 
service unspecified ; and a messuage, 40a. land, 4a. meadow, 
12a. pasture, and 10 marks rent, held jointly by the said William 
and Beatrice and Ralph their son, of Hugh de Nevyle by service of 
10 marks yearly. 

Boxford. A moiety of a messuage, 50a. land, 3a. wood, la. pasture and a 
moiety of a windmill, held of Thomas Banyhard, by service of 15s. 
yearly ; 10a. land, la. pasture, |a. wood, and I2d. assised rent, 
held of the abbot of St. Edmund's by service of 5s. yearly and suit 
at his court of Boxford ; and 40a. land held of Peter de Denardistone, 
service unspecified. 

Polstede alias Polstid. A messuage with 2 gardens, 40a. land, a dovecot, 
a fishpond, and a wind-mill, held by the said William of Thomas 
de Grey by service of %d. yearly ; a garden and 50a. land, held jointly 
by the said William and Beatrice of James de Lamburne by service 



EDWARD I. 207 



of 17s. 6d. yearly ; 60a. land and la. wood, similarly held of 
Petronilla de Kemesek by service of 20s. and suit at her court ; 
and a messuage and 30a. land, similarly held of John de Peytone by 
service of 5s. 2d. yearly. 
Meldyngg. A messuage, 40a. land, |a. pasture, and a windmill, held 
jointly by the said William and Beatrice and Thomas their son 
of William Melksope in chief by service of I2d. yearly ; 40a. land 
similarly held of John de Hodebovile by service of doing suit at his 
court ; 30a. land similarly held of Laurence de Hamelden and 
Joan his wife in chief by service of 6d. yearly ; and 27a. land and 
2a. wood, similarly held of Peter de Denardiston in chief by service 
of 6s. Q^d. yearly. 

The pleas &c. of the court and leet of Stokes atte Neyland are 
worth 26s. 8d. yearly. 

He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

John his son, aged 22 and more, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 118. (10.) 

306. William le Cane. 

Writ, 10 June, 33 Edw. I. 
Buckingham. Inq. 13 July, 33 Edw. I. 

Domeye. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants) held of 
the king in chief as of the honour of Wallingford by service of a 
knight's fee and doing suit at the court of Walingford every month. 
He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

Nicholas his son, aged 14|, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 118. (11.) 

307. William de Marton. 

Writ, 8 Oct. 33 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. made at Skipton in Craven on Saturday after St. Luke, 33 Edw. I. 
Marton and Stretton. Twelve carucates of land, whereof 14 make a 
knight's fee (extent given with names of tenants), including 4 carucates 
and 6 bovates held in demesne, 2 carucates and 6 bovates held by 
the prior &c. of Boulton in frank almoin, 2 carucates held by 
John Gyliot (?), doing homage, wardship and relief, and rendering 
a sore sparrow hawk yearly, and 1 bovate held by William del Hill, 
doing homage &c. and rendering an arrow, held of the king in 
chief, as lord of the castle of Skipton in Craven, by homage, ward- 
ship, and relief, and doing suit at the court of knights at Skipton 
every three weeks. 
Elslak. A carucate of land, and a water-mill worth 20s. yearly, held of 
Alan de Catherton in the fee of Moubray. 

And Isabel sometime the wife of the said William was enfeoffed 
jointly with him for her life of the said yearly rent of the mill, and of 
9| bovates of land of the aforesaid demesne bovates in Marton of the 
fee of Skipton. 

William his son, aged 27 on Wednesday in Whitsun week, 33 Edw. I, 
is his next heir. 

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208 INQUISITIONS, 



308. John Lbstrattnge alias Le STRAtrNGB, of Lucham. 

Writ, 24 June, 33 Edw. I. 
Norfolk. Inq. made at Thitelleshal, 7 July, 33 Edw. I. 

Welyngham. Certain lands &c. with the hundreds of Laundiz and 
Suthgrenehowe, held jointly with Clemence his wife of the heir of 
Richard son of Alan, sometime earl of ArundeU, by service of 
rendering yearly 10s. for the lands &c. in Welyngham, and 61. for 
the said hundreds, and rendering to the king at the castle of Norwich for 
the said earl 48s. 6d. blanch farm for the hvmdreds aforesaid. And 
there are at Welyngham a capital messuage, 70a. arable, 12a. meadow, 
a wind-mill, 4 free tenants, 8 customers, rents of hens, works, and 
pleas &c. of court with view of frank pledge ; 39s. Id. assised rent, 
20s. pleas &c. of the hundred of Laundiz, and 60s. yearly profits 
of the leetB of the hundred ; and 45s. lO^d. assised rent, 6s. 8d. 
pleas &c. of the hundred of Suthgrenehowe, and 70s. profits of the 
leets of the same. 

The said John and Clemence held the lands &c. in Welyngham by 
fine levied in the king's court, and the two hundreds by the gift &c. 
of John le Straunge father of the deceased John. 

Little Naryngges. A moiety of the manor (extent given), including a 
capital messuage, similarly held by fine levied, of William le Bule by 
service of a knight's fee. 

Fransham alias Little Fransham. A rent of 6qr. barley and 3qr. oats 
similarly held by fine levied, of Robert de Tony by service of 2s. 
yearly. 

Ralph his brother, aged 50 and more, is his next heir. 

Writ of certiorari to the escheator to enquire as to the time of the gift to 
the said John and Clemence of the hundreds of Laundiz and Suth- 
grenehowe, and of whom John the father or any of his ancestors 
acquired them, 16 July, 33 Edw. I. 
Norfolk. Inq. made at Hoo St. Witburg, 27 July, 33 Edw. I. 

The said John and Clemence were enfeofEed of the hundreds 
aforesaid by John le Straunge the father in 22 Edw. I, and held them 
jointly until 21 May last when the said John the husband of Clemence 
died. 

One Durant le Straunge, ancestor of the said John, time out of mind 
acquired the said hundreds from Flaud son of Alan, sometime 
lord of Milham, to hold to him and his heirs of the said Flaud and 
his heirs by service of 61. yearly, and paying for them 48s. 6d. yearly, 
at the castle of Norwich ; and the said hundreds descended by 
hereditary succession to Ralph son and heir of the said Durant, from 
him to Ralph his son and heir, and from him to John le Straunge 
who enfeoffed the said John and Clemence, to hold as aforesaid. 

G.Edw.I. File 118.(13.) 

309. Miles de Hastlngq alias de Hastynges. 

Writ, 19 June, 33 Edw. I. 
BuOKiNGHAM. Inq. 6 July, 33 Edw. I. 

Stoke Goldington. A moiety of the manor (extent given) held for life 
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his wife, of the king in chief, of the honour of Peverel, by service of 
I knight's fee, doing suit at the court of the said honour every three 
weeks and rendering 5s. yearly to the king by the hand of the sheriff 
for an old assart. 

Miles, grandson {nepos) of the aforesaid Miles and Denise, aged 30 and 
more, is their next heir. 

Worcester. Inq. 23 July, 33 Edw. I. 

Daylesford. The manor (extent given) held for life, as of his free 
tenement of the inheritance of Thomas de Hastinges, of John de 
Hastinges by service of a knight's fee. 

Miles, son of Philip de Hastinges his son, aged 30 and more, is his 
next heir. 

SxTFPOLK. Inq. made at Waldyngfeld on Monday before the Translation of 
St. Thomas the Martyr, 33 Edw. I. 
Cavenedishc. A capital messuage, 140a. arable, 6a. meadow, 6a. pasture, 
2a. wood, and 22d. rent of freemen ; which tenement he granted at the 
feast of St. Peter ad Vincula, 32 Edw. I, to one Richard de Wynbyshc 
for life, rendering to him and his heirs 81. yearly. 

Heir, his grandson as last above. 

Norfolk. Inq. 6 July, 33 Edw. I. 

Quydenham. A capital messuage containing 2a. by the perch of 16J/<., 
180a. arable, 4a. meadow, |a. turbary, a water-mill which has no 
water in summer, a fishery, a little rabbit-warren, 64s. Id. rent of 
freemen, customers &c., rents of fowls and eggs, a custom called 
' bosag ' on the eve of Whitsunday, works, and pleas &c. of court, 
held of Hugh de Veer and Denise his wife by service of a knight's 
fee. 
Heir as last above. 

Oxford. Inq. 28 June, 33 Edw. I. 

Eleford. The manor (extent given) held in chief of John, son and h«ir 
of Hugh de Sancto Philberto, a minor and in the king's wardship, 
by service of ^ knight's fee, doing 20s. scutage when it shall happen ; 
which manor he gave to Thomas de Hasting his son, who granted 
the same to the said Miles for life, by fine levied in the king's court, 
rendering to the same Thomas Id. yearly, with reversion to him 
and his heirs for ever ; and the manor renders 3s. M. hidage yearly 
and l^d. ' wercpen(y) ' alias ' warcpen(y),' to Aymer de Valencia. 
He held nothing of any other in the county. 
Heir as above. 

C.Edw.I. J^iie 118. (14.) 

310. Henry Stormy. 

Writ 33 Edw. I. 

Wilts. Inq. 24 April, 33 Edw. I. 

Borbach. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants) held 
of the king in chief by service a horseman in time of war with hauberk, 
iron cap, and barded horse, 

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210 INQUISITIONS. 



31 !• Henry de Stxtrmy alias Stormy, de Stormy. 

Writ, 3 Nov. 33 Edw. I. 
SoxTTHAMPTON. Inq. made at Odyham, 9 Nov. 33 Edw. I. 

PoUyng. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), including a 
watercourse held by John of the mill in FoUereshamel, held of the 
king in chief by service of a moiety of a knight's fee ; a certain 
common pasture in Holehurst held of Margaret now queen 
of England, of the manor of Odyham which is of ancient demesne, 
by service of 35. rent ; and 40(?)a. arable held of John Meryet. 
Elvetham. The manor (extent given), including a castle, held of the 
abbot of Certeseye by service of J knight's fee and 30s. yearly rent; 
and 8a. marsh held of the prioress of Wynten[ey] by service of 18d. 
yearly. 
Henry his son, aged 23, is his next heir. 

Wilts. Inq. 3 Dec. 34 Edw. I. 

Borbach. The manor, with Coulesfeld its member, and the bailiwick of 
the forest of Savem(a)k (extents given with names of tenants), 
including a pasture caUed Tymeruggedoune and two customers in 
Tymerugg by Borbach, held of the king in chief by service of a 
horseman in his army in war with hauberk, iron cap and barded 
horse. 

Heir as above. 

C.Edw.I. File 118. {15.) 

312. William de Campo Arnulphi. 

Writ, 21 Feb. 33 Edw. I. 
Cornwall. Inq. 14 March, 33 Edw. I. 

Tywardraith. The manor (extent given), including a water-mill worth 
only 10s. yearly because Hugh de Cardynan, sometime lord of the 
manor, assigned the suit of his tenants with their com to be ground 
for ever to the mills of the prior of Tywardraith, and 6d. rent each 
from mills at Huntingdon and P. . . . ludvan(?), held of the king 
in chief by service of 20 knight's fees of Mortain. 

Trevelowen. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief, as of 
the manor of Tremeton, by service of two parts of a knight's fee 
of Mortain. 

Henry his son, aged 33 and more, is his next heir. 

Devon. Inq. taken at Exeter, 10 March, 33 Edw. I. 

IKridecoumbe. The manor (extent given) held of Sir Hugh de Curteneye 

in chief as of his manor of Okhampton by knight's service. 
Heved. The hamlet (extent given), including a salmon fishery between 

Michaelmas and Christmas, and a messuage, J carucate of land 

and 2 villeins rendering 8s. yearly, at ' le Birche,' held of the 

earl of Gloucester as of his manor of Wynkeleye by knight's 

service. 
Colrigg. The manor (extent given) held of Geoffrey de Caumvile by 

knight's service, as of his manor of Berdestaple which he holds for life of 

the inheritance of William Martin. 



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Clist. The hamlet (extent given) held of Henry de la Pomeraye as of his 
manor of Bukerel by service of rendering him lis. yearly at the 
said manor. 



Heir as above, aged 30 and more. 



31 3. Geoffbey de Ltrcy alias de Litci. 



C.Edw.I. File 118. {16.) 



Writ, 20 Jan. 33 Edw. I. 
Bedford. Inq. 28 Feb. 33 Edw. I. 

Lutone. A sixth part of the manor, viz. — ^the hamlet of Wodecroft 
(extent given) held of the king in chief by service of | knight's fee. 
Geoffrey his son, aged 16 and more, is his next heir. 

Btjckingham. Inq. 20 Feb. 33 Edw. I. 

Cobelintone. The manor (extent given) held jointly with Desiderata 
his wife, by the gift by William de Leiburne to hold to them and the 
heirs of their bodies, of the earl of Gloucester by service of J knight's 
fee. 

Folbroc. Certain tenements which are a member of the aforesaid manor 
of Cobelintone, viz. — a capital messuage &c., 72a. arable, 4a. meadow, 
la. several pasture, 3 free tenants, § virgate of land in villenage, 
and a cottage, held by service of J knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 17 and more. 

Hertford. Inq. made at Berkehamstede, 17 March, 33 Edw. I. 

Wyginton. The manor (extent given with names of tenants) held, by 
the gift &c. of William de Ley bourne, of Lady Margaret queen of 
England, of the honour of Berkehamstede by the king's assignment 
to her, by service of | knight's fee of the little fee of Mortain, doing 
suit at the court of Berkehamstede every three weeks. 

Heir as last above. 

Hertford. Inq. made at Berkehamstede, 16 March, 33 Edw. I. 

Little Gatesden. A moiety of the manor (extent given with names of 
tenants) held of the rector of Assherugge and his successors, by the 
assignment made by Edmund sometime called earl of Cornwall 
confirmed by the king's charter, doing all the services he and his 
ancestors used to do to the earl of Cornwall &c., by the gift of William 
de Ley bourne, by service of | knight's fee of the little fee of Mortain, 
and finding the rector &c. yearly seven men to reap his com for 
one day in autumn, with a man going before them, at the rector's 
food once in the day, and he shall come to the rector's view of frank 
pledge in Little Gatesdene with all his tenants and men once a year, and 
render yearly for divers tenements 4s. lOd. and a capon. 

Heir as last above. 

Extent or summary of the above manors &c. divided into two parts and 
a third part, 

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212 INQUISITIONS. 



314. Adam de Crokedayk alias del Crokdayk. 

Writ, 20 March, 33 Edw. I. 
Cumberland. Inq. made at Wygeton, 10 April, 33 Edw. I (defaced). 

Glassanby. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), including 
a rent for forlands of 4 skeps {eskepp') and 8 strikes (estrik') of oat- 
meal, each skep being worth 5s., and a fishery, held of the king in 
chief by homage, and 20s. comage yearly to the sheriff for the 
king's use. 
Gamelesby by Ayketon. The hamlet (extent given with names of 
tenants) held of the king in chief by homage, and by 7s. l^d. comage 
yearly to the sheriff for the king's use. 
Eiouckecliffe. A messuage and la. land held of him by William de Dronok, 

a free tenant, rendering 4s. for free farm yearly. 
Alderschoeh. A messuage and 40a. land and meadow, held of William 

de Mulcastre rendering nothing. 
Crokdayk. The manor (extent given with names of tenants) held of 

Hugh de Brumfeld by homage and service of |d. 
La Gile. A messuage and 67a. land, held of Ranulph de Osemunderlawe 
and Thomas de Laches, parceners of that lordship, by homage and 
Q^d. comage yearly. 
Brumfeld. Six messuages and 41ja. land held of Hugh de Brumfeld, 

service unspecified. 
Blencogowe. Two bovates of land held of John le Blunt by homage and 

6|d. comage. 
Langerigge. 2a. land held of William Dyer (Tinctore) by service of 
a root of ginger ; and Alan Bouche, a free tenant, holds 10 bovates 
of land there by homage and 2s. 6d. comage. 
Boulton. la. land held of Sir John de Moubray, service un- 
specified. 
CringUdik. Two messuages and 51a. land, held of Walter de Kirkbride 

by service of Id., and 12d.{l) yearly for ' hauk5eld.' 
Hederesford. Four messuages and 25 bovates of land, held of William de 
Colevill by service of 8s. for cornage ; and Alan son of Robert, a free 
tenant, holds there a messuage and 2a. land rendering I8d. 
yearly. 
Levigton. The parceners of Levigton render ISd. yearly. 
Crofton. A messuage and 18a. land held of John de Crofton by service 

of 5s. yearly. 
Burgh by Sands. Four messuages and 25|a. Ir. land, held of Thomas de 
Multon of Gilleslond by homage and 5d. cornage yearly ; 5a. meadow 
and a holm held of the same ; and William son of William, a free 
tenant, holds 18a. land rendering 4s. 6d. yearly. 
LeSandes. 7a. land held of Richard del Sandes by service of lib. 

cummin. 
Craystock. Three messuages and 60a. land, held of John de Craystok 

by service of ^ lb. pepper. 
Castelsoureby. Four messuages and 50a. land, held of the bishop of 
Durham by service of 15s. 4rf. yearly. 

John his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

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315. Hamund de Pynkeny. 

.Writ, 15 Jan. 33 Edw. I. 
Norfolk. Inq. 9 Feb. 33 Edw. I. (faded). 

Brunesthorp. A third part of a capital messuage, 44ai. arable, a marsh 
with fishery, meadow and rushbed (rosco), 6s. Id. rent of free tenants, 
18s. 5|d. rent of 12 customers, capons, fowls, eggs, works, and pleas 
&c. of court, held of the king, as of the honour of Albemarle now 
in the king's hand, by service of J knight's fee ; a messuage and 
6a. arable held jointly with Alice his wife, by the enfeoffment of 
William de Pynkeni his father, to hold to them and the heirs of the 
said Hamund, by the service abovesaid, and they peacefully continued 
their seisin until the said Hamund' s death. 

Tatersete. A moiety of a capital messuage, 64a. arable, la. meadow, 
a rushbed (roscum), a water-mill, 12s. 3|ei. rents of free tenants, 
customers, fowls, eggs, bread, ale &c., and pleas &c. of court, held 
of Roger de Aylesham and Joan his wife by service of a knight's fee ; 
two parts of a mill-pond held of Robert Burgeliun by service of 
two parts of 14s. yearly, and all the lands &c. which the said 
Hamund held in Tatersete are bound for the said Robert's destraints 
for the said rent ; and la. Ir. land held of Richard atte Howe by 
service of 2d. yearly. 
He had no other lands &c. iu the bailiwick. 
John his sqp, aged 14 on the day of St. Thomas the Apostle, 33 Edw. I 

is his next heir. 

Petition to the king and council by Master Roger de Aylesham and Joan 
his wife, complaining that a tenement in Tateressete which Hamund 
de Pynkeny held of them by a knight's fee has been taken into the 
king's hand by reason that he held half a knight's fee of more recent 
acquirement of the honour of Albemarle, which is in the king's hand 
by the nonage of the heir of the countess of Albemarle, stating that 
they were seised of the wardship of William, father of the said 
Hamimd, and praying to have the wardship of their fee and the 
marriage of the said Hamund's heir, as their ancestors have 
always had. {French. Undated.) 
Writ of certiorari to the escheator commanding him to enquire whether the 
aforesaid Hamund held anything of the king in chief as of the 
crown or otherwise, or not, 4 April, 33 Edw. I. 
Norfolk. Inq. made at Tatersete, 24 April, 33 Edw. I. 

The said Hamund held nothing of the king in chief as of the crown 
in the bailiwick ; but held certain lands in Brunesthorp of the king 
by reason of the honour of Albemarle, now in the king's hand, and 
Isabel sometimes countess of Albemarle, when living, held the said 
lands &c. of Roger le Bygod, earl of Norfolk and Marshal of England, 
by service of ^ knight's fee. 

C.Edw.I. File 119.(2.) 

316. Jordan de Say. 

Writ, 24 March, 33 Edw. I. 
Warwick. Inq. made at Radeweye, 22 April, 33 Edw. I. 

Fame berg. A manor (extent given with names of free tenants) held 
of Maud de Mortuo Mari by service of a knight's fee. 



214 INQUISITIONS. 



Shuckeberg. Twenty-two tenants (named) held of Thomas Chatre, 
William son of Roger, and Emma Clere, by service of 2s. 6(7. yearly, 
and of Nicholas de Warwick and twenty-one others (named) by 
service of 3s. yearly. 

He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

Jordan his son, aged 30 at the feast of St. Luke the Evangelist, 
32 Edw. I, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 119. (3.) 

317. Giles db Bbewosa alias db Breousa. 

Writ, 7 Jan. 33 Edw. I. 
Dorset. Inq. Wednesday the feast of St. Matthias, 33 Edw. I. 

Cnolton. The manor with a hundred there (full extent given), including 

a capital messuage, 311|a. arable and a several pasture at 'la 

Wodelonde,' and a wood called Baggeham, held of the earl of 

Gloucester by service of a knight's fee. 

John his son, aged 3^ years at the feast of the Purification last, is his 

next heir. 

Oxford. Inq. made at Thame, 6 March, 33 Edw. I. 

Crowell. The manor (extent given with names of tenants) held for life, 
by the courtesy of England, of the inheritance of,Beatrice daughter 
and heir of John de Sancta Elena, sometime his wife, of the king in 
chief of the honour of Christchurch Twynham, now in the king's 
hand by the gift of Isabel de Fortibus, sometime countess of Albemarle, 
by service of | knight's fee-, rendering 20s. lOd. yearly to the king 
at his exchequer by the hand of the steward of the honour of 
Walingford, because the said manor is within the Chiltern {Cyltr') 
4| hundreds and taxable there {in geldabili dictorum hundredorum). 

Lucy, daughter of the said Giles and Beatrice, aged 7 at the feast of 
St. Michael last, is his next heir. 

Berks. Inq. 3 March, 33 Edw. I. 

West Wytteham. A capital messuage, lands, rents &c. (extent given 
with names of tenants) similarly held for life, of the earl Marshal and 
his heirs by service of ^ knight's fee, rendered 2s. yearly. 
Heir as last above. 

Buckingham. Inq. 18 March, 33 Edw. I. 

Buckingha,m. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), including 
a capital messuage called the castle of Buckingham, a market and 
a fair (feria) lasting two days, held of the earl of Gloucester by 
service of a knight's fee. 

Heir as first above, aged 3 at the feast of St. Augustine the Apostle of 
the English last. 

Writ of certiorari to the escheator to enquire whether the said Giles held 
anything of the king in chief as of the crown, and whether the honour 
of Christchurch Twynham was ever of the demesne of the crown, 
or not, 24 March, 33 Edw. I. 



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Oxford. Inq. made at Crowell, 22 April, 33 Edw. I. 

The said Giles held nothing as of the crown. The honour of 
Christchurch TVjmham was never of the demesne of the crown of 
England. 

C.Edw. I. File 119. {'I.) 

318. Httgh de Odingsbles alias de Oddyngeselbs. 

Writ, 2 April, 33 Edw. I. 
Oxford. Inq. 3 May, 33 Edw. I. 

Bradewell. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), in- 
cluding a virgate of land, and a fishery held by John at Water (ad 
aquam), held of the king in chief, with his other lands everywhere in 
divers counties, by a moiety of a barony, finding a knight in the 
king's army for forty days at his own charges. 

John his son, aged 26 and more, is his next heir. 

Warwick. Inq. 26 April, 33 Edw. I. 

Long lohyntone. The manor (extent given) held as abovesaid. 
Heir as above, aged 28. 

Suffolk. Inq. Sunday before St. Dunstan, 33 Edw. I. 

Cavenedych. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by 
service of a moiety of the barony of Limesie, finding the king a 
knight or two esquires in his army for forty days within the four seas 
of England at his own charges. 

Heir as first above. 

Hertford. Inq. taken at Hicche, 11 May, 33 Edw. I. 

Piriton. A messuage, 240a. arable, 12a. meadow, 12a. pasture, 12a. wood, 
a moiety of a water-mill, 15s. l^d. rent of free tenants and ^ lb. pepper 
and lib. cummin, U. 15d. rent of customers and their works, and 45. 
rent of cottars, held as above finding a knight or two esquires &c. 

Heir as first above. 

C.Edw. I. File 119. (5.) 

319. John de Thbdmers. 

Writ, 6 June, 33 Edw. I. 
Berks. Inq. 10 June, 33 Edw. I. 

Thedmers. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), 
including a messuage &c. called Wynhird whereof the ladies there 
when widowed used to be doVered, a common pasture called Hegh- 
more, and a grove called Brayle, held of the king in chief as of the 
honour of Wallingford by service of a knight, staying when war 
shall happen to guard the castle of Walingford for forty days at 
his own charges, and doing suit at the court of Walingford every 
four weeks, and scutage when it shall happen ; and a water-mill 
held of the abbot of Radyng rendering him 20s. yearly ; and 6a. 
arable which the said John and Sarra his wife acquired jointly to 
them and the heirs of the said John, by the gift of Thomas de 
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216 INQUISITIONS. 



Uffeton . 6a . meadow which John de Thedmers demised to Master William 
de Bermingham and Maud his wife and William their son for their 
lives. 

Hashamstede. Two virgates of land which are of the free marriage of the 
said Sarra by the gift of Aim' (?) le Vernayl her father. 

John his son, aged 19 and more, is his next heir. 

G.Edw.I. File 119. (6.) 

320> J'oHN LB BiGOD alias le Bygod, of Stocton alias Stoketon. 

Writ, 21 March, 33 Edw. I. 
Norfolk. Inq. made at Stokton, 9 April, 33 Edw. I. 

Sithingg. A capital messuage, 25a. arable, 5a. wood, 30s. rent, fowls, 
and works, held of the gift &c. of Roger le Bygod, earl of Norfolk 
and Marshal of England, by service of -^ knight's fee, and by service 
of 2d. ' waitefe ' ; which earl held of the king in chief by the said 
service, and enfeoffed the same John in 28 Edw. I. to hold of the 
chief lords by the services accustomed. 

Letice late the wife of Robert de Loudne holds in dower certain 
tenements in Sithing, and Isabel late the wife of John Bumel holds 
in dower certain tenements in Wotton, whereof the said earl enfeoffed 
the said John in form aforesaid, the reversion whereof pertains to 
the heirs of the said John. 

Stokton. The soke (extent given), including a park, held of the king 
in chief by homage and J^ knight's fee, by reason of the gift &c. 
which Roger le Bygod, earl of Norfolk and Marshal of England, 
made to the king when he granted to him all his castles and tenements 
in England, Wales and Ireland, which (the king) afterwards granted 
to tlie said earl, to hold to him and the heirs of his body. 

(Unspecified.) .... part of a capital messuage held of de 

and 9a. land by service of Is. lid. yearly ; and 4o. land 

held of Roger de Hales by service of 6d. (yearly). 

Eliagham. A third part of a messuage and 9s. rent held of Roger de 
Thweyt by service of 14d. yearly. 

(Unspecified.) 3a. land held of Peter Roscelyn by service of 18d. yearly. 
Ralph his son, aged 20 and more, is his next heir. 

Suffolk. Inq. Friday before Palm Sunday, 33 Edw. I. 

Thebertone. The manor (extent given) held of Roger Bygod, earl of 
Norfolk and Marshal of England, of his manor of Donyngworthe, 
by service of J knight's fee. 

Heir as above, age unknown. 

Writ, 18 March, 33 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. 7 April, 33 Edw. I. 

Seteryngton. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), including 
Bucketon which is a member of Seterryngton, and 10s. yearly from 
the tovraship of Schakelthorp for the mill of Holebek, held of the 
king in chief, by the gift of Roger le Bygod, earl of Norfolk and 
Marshal of England, to the said John and Isabel his wife, by homage 
and knight's service, doing suit at the county (court) of York, the 



EDWARD I. 217 



trithing of Craykehowe, and the wapentake of Buck(rose) once a 
year, and rendering 16s. yearly to the king for wapentake Imes. 

Heir unknown, because his sons and daughters were bom in Norfolk. 

Writ of certiorari to the escheator to enquire whether Letice late the wife 
of Robert de Lodne and Isabel late the wife of Philip Bumel are 
dowered of lands &c. in Sything and Wotton as abovesaid, or not, 
because Isabel late the wife of John le Bygod asserts that they are 
not so held and seeks her dower thereof, 28 April, 33 Edw. I. 
Norfolk. Inq. made at Norwich, 17 May, 33 Edw. I. 

The said Letice holds nothing in dower in Sithingg, nor the said 
Isabel anything in Wotton ; but John le Bygod of Stokton died seised 
of the said tenements, by the gift of Roger le Bygod, as abovesaid, 
together with the reversion of certain tenements in Sithing which 
John de Dunheved and Isabel de Haggele held for the life of the 
abovesaid Letice, and of the lands &c. which Isabel late the wife 
of Philip Burnel held in dower in Wotton. And the said John and 
Isabel granted to John le Bygod all the said tenements in Sithingg 
for the said Letice 's life for 7/. 18rf. yearly rent. All the said tenements 
in Sithing are held of the king in chief by service of J^ knight's fee, 
and 2d. of ' wayte ' yearly. And Isabel late the wife of Philip 
Burnel similarly granted to John le Bygod all the said tenements 
in Wotton for U. 6s. M. yearly rent for her life. 

Sithingg. There are a capital messuage, 125a. arable, 5a. wood, a wind- 
mill, 48s. l\d. rent of freemen, 6 capons, 12 geese, 21 hens, works 
and pleas &c. of court ; from whence the said John and Isabel 
receive their rent, and the manors of Stokton and Theberton are 
liable to distraint if it shall be in arrear. 

Wotton. There are a capital messuage, 84a. arable, \2d. rent, and 
works ; the whole worth U. 65. M., all which Isabel late the wife of 
Philip Bumel receives yearly for life. 

G.Edw.l. File 119. {!.) 

321. Walter de Hopton. 

Writ, 10 March, 33 Edw. I. 
Salop. Inq. Saturday the feast of St. Cuthbert {Cvherti), 33 Edw. I [defaced). 

Fittes. The town with the adjacent hamlets of Mutton and Grafton 
(extents given), including a weir, held of the heir [of Richard son of 
Alan], sometime earl of Arundel, a minor and in the king's wardship, 
of the barony of Cloune in chief by service of \ knight's fee. 

Sanford. Half a virgate of land containing 30a., a water-mill, and 41s. %d. 
rent from free tenants, held of the same heir by service of \ knight's 
fee. 

Borwarton. A messuage, a carucate of land containing 60a. arable, 
la. meadow, 8 free tenants rendering 22s. 2d. yearly, and 5 customers 
rendering 50s. yearly, held of the heir of Edmund de Mortuo Mari, 
a minor and in the king's wardship, by service of | knight's fee. 

Hopton. The manor with the adjacent hamlets of Cheldryncton and 
Bradeford (extents given) held of the aforesaid heir of the earl of 
Arundel in chief by knight's service, and doing suit at the earl's 
court of Cloune every three weeks. 



218 INQUISITIONS. 



Salop [now Hereford]. Inq. Sunday after St. Cuthbert, 33 Edw. I. 

Stanton by Penebrigg. The town (extent given) held of the said heir 
of Edmund de Mortuo Mari in chief by knight's service, finding a 
horseman at the castle of Wygemore in time of war between the 
Welsh and English for forty days at his own charges, and doing suit 
at the court of Wygemore every three weeks. 

Mallelegh and Overstanton. Certain tenements (unspecified) held of the 
heirs of Hugh de Mortuo Mari, minors and in the king's wardship, 
by knight's service and doing suit at the court of Stipelton every 
three weeks. 

Wappelith. Certain tenements, 20a. arable, 4a. meadow, and pleas &c. of 
court, held of ...... de Mortuo Mari by service of a pair of gilt 

spurs ; and there are there 15 free tenants, rendering 34s. 4cd., and 
11 customers rendering 205. 8d. yearly. 

Overstanton. Five free tenants rendering 20s. 1^. yearly. 

Wappelyth. Four free tenants rendering 3s. lljd. yearly. 

Mallelegh. Sixteen free tenants rendering 50s. .d. and 5 free tenants 
rendering 3s. 2d. yearly. 

Walter his son, aged 2 years and more, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. Filen^.{%.) 

322 Thomas de Lucy. 

Writ, 9 April, 33 Edw. I. 
NoRTHtTMBERLAND. Inq. made at Corbrygg on Friday before St. Mark, 
33 Edw. I. 

Langley. The manor (extent given), including a park with deer. 

AUerwasfe. 92a. arable and 6a. meadow. 

Fourstanes. The town containing 120a. arable, 4a. meadow, 12 bondages 
each containing 20a., 5 cottages each containing a toft and 4a. land, 
a brewery, and a coalmine (carbifodinum) worth 13s. 4(Z. yearly. 

Allerwasscheles. The hamlet (extent given). 

Wardoun. The hamlet (extent given). 

All held of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee, and by 
rendering cornage yearly at the exchequer of Newcastle upon Tyne, 
and doing suit at the county (court) of Newcastle upon Tyne. 

Thomas his son, aged 24 at the feast of the Ascension next, is his next 
heir. 

Cttmbbrland. Inq. Wednesday before St. Mark, 33 Edw. I {defective and 
defaced). 

Bal The manor (extent given with names of free tenants) 

including 2 forges, a custom called chiminagium, the hamlet of 
Thakthwait held by service of Id., and 4Z. rent from the toll and 
the mill of Egremound, held of the king in chief by homage. 

Braythwait. The manor (extent given with names of free tenants), 
including a herbage called UUaikmire, a fishery, 10 marks of land 
in Thornethwait held by Gilbert de Culwenne, a free tenant, by 
homage and a sore sparrowhawk, and 20 marks of land held by the 
same in Craysothen by homage, 2s. cornage, and doing suit at the 
court of Braythwait every three weeks, \0l. \md held by John de 
Lucy, a free tenant, in Wythopp and Qwinfell by homage and service 



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of 2d. yearly held by Robert de Plum]and(?) in Lorton by 

homage and suit of court every three weeks, rendering 3s. id. yearly 
for his free farm ; all held of the king in chief by homage. 

A*spatrik. The manor with the lordship of a moiety of Alerdale (extent 
given with names of free tenants), including Seton, Camberton 
and High Ireby, held by Gilbert de Culwenne, a free tenant, by 
homage and 13s. 4d. (?) cornage and suit at the court of Aspatrik every 
three weeks, 100s. land in Great Broghton held by Joan de Daker by 
5s. cornage yearly, 100s. land in Broghton held by William de 
Derewentwatre by homage and 20d. cornage, the hamlet of Alenburgh, 
which is in the king's hand and is held by homage and 5s. cornage, the 
manor of Dovanby held by Alan de Roule by homage and 65. 8d. corn- 
age, and doing suit at the court of Aspatrik every three weeks, 2 marks 
of land in Derham held by Richard le Brun by homage and 2s. M. 
cornage, lOmarksof landinGilcrouceheldfreelybytheabbotof Caldre 
by 6s. 8d. cornage, the manor of Bothill and the hamlet of Rugthwait 
held by Richard le Brun by homage and lis. 4d. cornage, and suit at 
the court of Aspatrik every three weeks, Blenerhasate and Hukemanby 
held by William de Mulcastre by homage, 29s. 4d. cornage, and 
suit as above, and the manor of Hayton held by the same by homage, 
5s. cornage, and suit as above, 10s. land in Ormesby held by Thomas 
de Neuton(?) by homage, 2s. 6d. cornage, and suit as above, a moiety 
of Appelthwait held by Thomas de Lowthre by homage and service 
of 5s., and suit as above, and the other moiety held by Ralph de 
Eynecourt by homage and service of 5s., the manor and advowson 
of Ulvedale held by David de Breghin by homage, 13s. 4cZ. cornage 
and suit as above, and 40s. land in Brumfield held by Hugh de 
Brumfield by homage, 3d. yearly, and suit as above ; all held of the 
king in chief by homage, 7^ 16s. 4d. cornage yearly to the sheriff for 
the king's use, and doing suit every month at the county (court). 
And Sir Thomas de Lucy gave to Thomas his son and heir in his 
lifetime a capital messuage in Aspatrik, three hundred five score and 
eighteen acres by the greater hundred worth 68s. lO^d. yearly, 24 
skeps of oatmeal, 6 skeps of meal from the water-mill, 12 skeps of 
malt, 12a. meadow, the farm of a brewery, and 16 cottages, who 
entered upon the same without the king's licence, wherefore the 
escheator took the same into the king's hand and still retains it. 

Caldebek. The manor (extent given), including the following free 
tenancies, U. land in Mosdale held by John de Craystok by homage, 
40s. land in Halteclo held by Gilbert de Halteclo by homage and 
Id. cornage, and doing suit at the court of Caldebek every three 
weeks, and by service of 3s. 4d.(?) yearly, 3s. land held by Richard Cowel 
in Halteclo by service of lib. cummin, 40s. land in Eskeheved held by 
Joan de Branton by homage and service of 4s. yearly, 10s. land in 
Caldebek held by Alan del Boure by service of 2s. yearly, 40s. land in 
Quelphowe held by Alexander del Crokedake by homage and service of 
doing suit at the court of Caldebek every three weeks, and service of 4s. 
yearly, 4s. land in Grenrig held by William Langskart by homage, suit of 
court and 12d. yearly, 2s. land in Caldebek held by Robert de 
Vallibus by service of 1^. pepper, 20s. land in Grenrige held by 
Margaret de Lucy by service of 13d. yearly, 30s. land in Horskowe 
held by Joan de Dakre by service of Id. yearly, 12d. land in 



220 INQUISITIONS 



Caldebek held by Thomas de Caldebek, rendering Id. yearly, 3s. land 
there held by Lucy de Caldebek, rendering Id. yearly, 2». land held 
by Alice Bakestre rendering 6d. yearly, 2s. land held by William 
del Hill rendering 6d. yearly, I2d. land held by Henry de Hoton 
rendering Id. yearly; and 10s. yearly rent is due at the manor of 
Caldebek from the mill of Bolton. 

[All] the above are held by a moiety of the barony of 
Allerdale. 

All held of the king in chief by homage. 

Heir as above, aged 24 and more. 

C.Edw.I. Filel\9.{Q.) 



323. Robert de Scales. 

Writ, 4 Sept. 33 Edw. I. Endorsed : Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Cambridge 

Hertford. 
NoEFOLK. Inq. 30 Sept. 33 Edw. I. 

Middelton. A capital messuage, a windmill, a water-mill, 260a. arable, 

69a. meadow, 10a. pasture with rushes, 5a. wood, la. turbary, 4Z. rents, 

fowls, works and pleas &c. of court. 
Hsyngton. A capital messuage, 90a. arable, 5a. meadow, 40a. several 

pasture, 66s. rents, fowls, 4 bus. salt, works, and pleas &c. 

of court. 
Howe. A capital messuage, 400a. arable, la. meadow, 15o. several 

pasture, and 45s. rent from free tenants. 
Beynham. A capital messuage, 120a. arable, 14a. meadow, 16a. several 

pasture, a water-mill, 104s. 5d. rent, fowls, works &c. and pleas &c. 

of court. 

AU held of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee and two 

parts of a fee, rendering 455. yearly for the guard of the castle of Dover, 

and doing suit at the court of Haule every month. 
Berton Benediche. A capital messuage, 200a. arable, 20a. meadow, 

U. 6s. rents, fowls, 3 gr. of malt, works, and pleas &c. of court, 

held of the earl of Gloucester by service of a knight's fee. 
Wylton. A capital messuage, 100a. arable, 6a. meadow, a fishery with 

turbary, 40s. rent, and works, and certain lands &c. in Fuldon, held 

by Edmund de Inggolfuesthorp at fee farm rendering 106s. 8d. ; held 

of Michael de Ponyngges by service of ^ knight's fee. 
Islyngton. 80a. arable held of Thomas de Hauvile by service of 9s. 6d. 

rent ; 5a. land held of Thomas de [In]ggeIlesthorp by rent 

yearly ; and 5a. land held of William de Fenne rent 

yearly. 
Middelton. [*28a.] dr. arable, 5a. meadow, , , 10s. yearly 

rent, hens and works, held jointly with Isabel his wife, 

enfeoffed by Richard Waylaund and Joan his wife by fine levied 

in [the king's] court, of Robert de Monte Alto by service of 

J knight's fee. 

Robert his son, aged 26 and more, is his next heir. 



So given in the Calendar printed in 1806, but now torn away. 



EDWARD I. 221 



Suffolk. Inq. {undated). 

Weidone. A carucate of land, 31s. 6d. rent, fowls, pasture, meadow and 

wood, held of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee. 
Wrydlington. A carucate of land, held of William de Wychington by 
\ knight's fee, and lOl. rent. 
He held no other lands in the county. 

Heir as above, aged 25 and more. 

C.Edw.I. File 120. {}.) 

324. Elias de Albiniaco. 



t, 8 April, 33 Edw. T. 
Somerset. Inq. 24 April, 33 Edw. I {defaced). 

Suthperton. The manor with the underwritten hamlets (full extent 
given with names of free and customary tenants), held of the king 
in chief by service of a knight's fee, including : — 
Racchich. 200a. high wood in the king's forest. 
Est Stratton. A messuage and a virgate of land, held by William 

de Wiggebere, rendering 8s. yearly. 
Litel Lopene, Drayton and Suthperton. A messuage and a carucate 
of land in Litel Lopene, a messuage and a virgate of land at 
Drayton, and a messuage and three ferlings of land in Suth- 
perton, held by Robert de Abindon and Maud his wife, of the 
acquisition of the said Maud, rendering 40s. yearly. 
Hassokmore. A messuage and two virgates of land, held by William 
Weylond and Elizabeth his wife, of the inheritance of the 
said Elizabeth. 
Little Stratton, More, Sutthampton and 'la Worth.' Two parts of a 
messuage and of a virgate of land at Little Stratton, two parts 
of a messuage and of a virgate(?) of land at More, two parts 
of a messuage and of half a virgate of land at Sutthampton, and 
two parts of a ferling of land upon ' la Worth,' held by Hugh 

Hudde and Alice his wife, rendering 

Also cartage by customary tenants from ClayhuU to Suth- 
perton or Bamton, a market and two parts of the foreign himdred. 
Barington. The hamlet (full extent given with names of tenants). 
Cheleton. The hamlet (extent given with names of tenants), including 
a tenement in Chubbeleye held, by John Wake rendering 6s. yearly. 
Bruges(?). The hamlet (extent given), including certain willow-beds 
{salseta ?) there and at Yllemor, worth 18d. yearly. 

Ralph his son, born on 3 March last, is his next heir. 

Somerset. Inq. made at Somerton, 26 April, 33 Edw. I {defective). 

Kynemeresdon. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants) 
held of the king in chief by service of J and | knight's fee, including : — 
Asshwyk. The hamlet held by John de Holte rendering Id. yearly. 
Murifelde. The hamlet held by Geoffrey Samuel rendering Id. yearly. 
Holecoumbe. The hamlet held by Simon Tornay rendering 12d. 
yearly. 

And there are due to the church of Kynemeresdon .... 
yearly for ' Petrespani.' 

Ralph his son (is his next heir). 

Extent or summary of the above manors and lands. 



222 INQUISITIONS. 



Lincoln. Inq. 20 {visimo) April, 33 Edw. I. 

Suth Engleby. A manor with certain lands &c. pertaining thereto 
in the hamlets of Saxeby, Broxholm, North Engleby and Torqeseye, 
(extent given), held jointly with Joan his wife of William de Ros in 
chief, as of the barony of Belvoir (Belvero) as in free socage, by service 
of 135. 4:d. ; which lands &c. they had of the gift &c. of Walter 
Thurgar, chaplain, to hold to them and the heirs of the said Elias, 
by a fine made in the king's court. 

North Engleby. 12a. of the aforesaid demesne lands held jointly as 
above of Thomas de Multon in chief by service of 10s. 

Ralph, son of the said Elias and Joan, aged 7 weeks, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 120. (2.) 

325. Ralph Pybot alias Pibot. 

Writ to the escheator to proceed at once with the inquisition he was 
lately commanded to make, whether the said Ralph being of sound 
mind granted to Simon his son for life the manors of Sauston and 
Lyndesle, as the said Simon asserts, or not &c., 26 May, 33 Edw. I. 
Cambridge. Inq. Wednesday before St. Margaret, 33 Edw. I. 

Saustone. The said Ralph ten days and more before his death, being 
sound in will and memory {in bona voluntate et memoria), gave the 
manor to his son Simon, who peacefully continued his seisin for 
fifteen days and more until the escheator took the manor into the 
king's hand : it is held of the king in chief for two knight's fees, 
doing however the service of one knight in war. 

Ralph, son of Ralph son of Ralph deceased, aged 13 and more, is his 
next heir. 

Essex. Inq. Friday before Whitsunday, 33 Edw. I. 

Lindesele. The said Ralph a fortnight before his death, being of sound 
mind and memory, granted the manor to Simon his son and enfeoffed 
him by his charter, who was in peacefuU seisin until the escheator 
took the manor into the king's hands after the said Ralph's death : 
the manor (extent given) is held of the king in chief by service of a 
knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 14. 

Endorsed : Let it be done by a fine of 201. and the trespass pardoned 
and let the fine be enrolled in the chancery. 

C. Edw. I. File 120. (3.) 

326. Peter son and heir of John Champeneis alias CHAtrMPENEYS. 

Writ of privy seal to the escheator to enquire whether the said Peter is an 
idiot, as is said, and whether the king can give the wardship of the 
lands which ought to descend to him in Soterton to whom he pleases 
&c. or not, 7 July, 33 Edw. I. {French.) 
Lincoln. Inq. made at Kirketon, 5 Oct. 33 Edw. I. 

The said Peter is not an idiot, so that the king cannot give the ward- 
ship of him or his lands to anyone to his prejudice . He holds in Soterton 
a capital messuage &c. of the abbot of Croyland by service of 2s. 2d. 
yearly, 10a. arable of Thomas de Multon by service of 2«. id. 



EDWARD I. 223 



yearly, and suit at his court every three weeks, and 5|a. meadow ; 
2|a. arable of Stephen de Wigtoft by service of M. and suit at his 
court of Wigtoft ; 15a. arable of the earl of Eichmond by service 
of 2s. 8d. yearly ; 36|a. arable, tenure unknown ; 7a. meadow in 
manner aforesaid ; 2s. yearly rent ; 6|a. several pasture in manner 
aforesaid ; and 6|a. marsh. 

Endorsed : On examination before the council it was found that he is not an 
idiot, wherefore let the escheator be commanded to restore him his 
land &c. 

G. Edw. I. File 120. (4.) 

327. Hugh son of Henry. 

Writ of certiorari to the escheator to certify the cause of taking the manor 
of Eyrton in Cravene into the king's hand, and to cause the same 
to be extended, 3 June, 33 Edw. I. 
[YoEK.] Extent, Thursday after St. James the Apostle, 33 Edw. I. 

Ayrton in Craven. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), 
including 3 carucates of land in Calton held by Richard de Plumlond 
by homage, foreign service, wardship and relief, and 2\ carucates of 
land in Elclack held by William de Marton rendering a pair of gloves 
yearly, and doing homage &c. as above. The manor was taken 
into the king's hand because the said Hugh held it of the king in 
chief as of the honour of the castle of Skipton* by knight's service 
and doing suit at the court of Skipton every three weeks ; which Hugh 
died in the first week of Lent, 33 Edw. I, whereupon the escheator 
found that Henry his son and heir without doing homage or fealty to 
the king or any warrant of the escheatry entered upon the manor, 
wherefore he took the same into the king's hand. 

John son of Henry, the said Hugh's brother, has for life from the 
same manor 9 marks of the gift of the said Hugh for his land in 
Fremyngton which he gave to the said Hugh. 

C. Edw. I. File 120. (5.) 

328. John, son and heik of Robert de Stallinge. 

Writ to the escheator to take the proof of age of the said John, 22 July, 
33 Edw. I. 
Gloucester. Proof of age made at Gloucester on Monday the morrow of the 
Assumption, 33 Edw. I. 

William Damysele, aged 45, says that the said John was 21 on 
St. Leonard's day last, for he was born on that day, 11 Edw. I, at Stallinge, 
and on the same day baptized in the church of Newent ; and this he 
knows because on that day he was present at a feast made by Robert de 
Ledene, when it was announced that "Maud the wife of Robert de 
Stallinge had borne the said John. 

John de Acle, aged 60, says the like, and knows it because he has a 
son Thomas of the same age and in their youth they were companions 
{mutuam hahuerunt inter se societatem) . 

Nicholas de Stortesden, aged 55, says the like, and knows it because 
he was present at the aforesaid feast and there heard of the heir's birth. 



224 INQUISITIONS. 



Ivel de Hertelonde, aged 61, agrees, and knows it because he has a 
daughter Denise of the same age. 

John de CarsweU, aged 42, agrees, and knows it because at the time 
of the said heir's birth he . had a great friendship {specialitatem) with 
Robert the father. 

John Crok, aged 45, agrees, and knows it because at that time he had 
a friendship with the same Robert. 

William de la Haye, aged 48, agrees, and knows it because on the day 
that the said Maud purified herself the said Robert made a feast to all 
his neighbours, but did not invite him, at which he was angry. 

Roger le Mareschal of Newent, aged 43, agrees, and knows it because 
at that time he had a friendship with the said Robert. 

Robert de Compton, aged 40, Peter de Acle, aged 52(?), John son of 
William de Acle, aged 53, and John Bacon, aged 40, say the like, and 
know it because they were present at the feast on the day the said Maud 
purified herself. 

C. Edw. I. File 120. (6.) 



329. Joan the wife of Hugh de Hbpham, dattghtee and heik of John 
DE Wauton. 

Writ to the escheator to take the proof of age of the said Joan, who is 
in the wardship of W. bishop of Coventry &c. by the demise of Queen 
Margaret, 23 May, 3 Edw. I. 
Norfolk. Proof of age taken at Swafham, 21 Jan, 34 Edw. I. 

Geoffrey le Lord of Pykenham Wade, aged 60, says that the said Joan 
was bom at Pykenham Wade and baptized in the church there on the 
day before the eve (supervigilia) of St. Bartholomew, 18 Edw. I ; and 
this he knows because he had a daughter Margery bom on the feast of 
All Saints before the said day, who at the said feast last past was 16, 
but he knows not on what day of the week happened the day aforesaid. 

John Porter of the same, aged 50, says the same, and knows it because 
he had a son John bom at the same time. 

Richard son of Roger of the same, aged 44, says the same, and knows 
it because one Gervase then rector of the church of Pykenham Wade, 
who was dwelling in co. Richem(ond) came to Pykenham Wade to live 
there at the feast of All Saints next after the said birth and made a great 
feast to all his parishioners and other good men of the country, 15 years 
ago on the said feast last part. 

Henry le Throwere of the same, aged 60 and more, says the same, 
and knows it because three weeks after the said birth he had a daughter 
Margery bom 15 years ago and more. 

John le Parmonter of the same, aged 48, says the same, and knows it 
because one Amisius, son of the son (?) {fil' fiV) of John de Pikenham his 
next neighbour, died at Christmas after the said birth, 15 years ago last 
Christmas. 

Walter brother of the parson of the same, aged 62, says the same, 
and knows it because he was at her baptism and immediately after went 
to the north cotmtry to announce to the lady of Middelham and Lady Joan 
de Tateshale that the said Joan was bom and named with Lady Joan's 
name. 



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Ralph Frankeleyn of the same, aged 40 and more, says the same, and 
knows it because in the same year Simon Frankelejm of Pikenham Wade 
brought a writ against him for a messuage and 24a. land in North 
Pykenham. 

Geoffrey le Palmer of Houtone by Pykenham Wade, aged 60 and more, 
says the same and knows it because in the same year he kept and collected 
the tithe sheaves (decimas garbas) of the prior of Wymondham in Pykenham 
Wade and whilst he was collecting the tithe on a culture called Apetone 
Wong on the said day he heard teU that the said Joan's mother had 
borne a daughter, 15 years ago last autumn. 

William de Estgate of Swafham by Pykenham Wade, aged 41, says 
the same, and knows it because on the day of the Assumption 18 (Edw. I), 
he had a daughter Olive born, and baptized in the church of Swafham, 
who died the same day. 

Walter de Witsond of the same, aged 45, says the same, and knows 
it because he was at the rector's feast aforesaid, 15 years ago, and the 
said Joan was bom on the day before the eve of St. Bartholomew before. 

John Attesloth of the same, aged 40 and more, says the same, 
and knows it because on the day of Holy Trinity, 17 (Edw. I), he married 
one Joan de Castelacre who bore a daughter Sarra in the same year as 
the said Joan was born. 

John de Lexham of the same, aged 42, says the same, and knows it 
because at the feast of St. Michael, 18 (Edw. I), he came to Swafham to 
to live there and married Isabel le Longe and then heard that Margaret 
the said Joan's mother had borne her on the day before the eve of St. Bar- 
tholomew before the said feast. 

The bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, though warned, came not nor 
sent anyone for him. 

C. Edw. I. File 120. (7.) 

330. William de Lathombr, the elder. 

Writ (missing). 
Kent. Inq. 30 Jan. 33(?) Edw. I (defaced). 

Asshe. The manor(?) (extent given) held of Roger le Straunge by service 
of I knight's fee and rendering 24s. yearly. 

William his son, aged 26, is his next heir. 

G. Edw. I. File 120. (8.) 

331 .» Isabel late the wife of Adam de Monte Alto alias de 

MOHAUT. 

Writ, 1 Nov. 33 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq. made at St. Mary Creye, 8 Eeb. 34 Edw. I. 

Hokyndenn. 13a. land held of the king in chief by service of 13d!. yearly 
at the exchequer by her own hands ; a messuage and 42a. arable 
held in gavelkind of the prior of Christchurch, Canterbury, by 
service of rendering 17s. 5|d. yearly and suit of court every three 
weeks ; 10a. arable held in gavelkind of Robert de Stanegrave 
by service of rendering 6s. 3d. yearly ; 10a. arable held in gavelkind 
of Richard de Rokeslye by service of rendering 2s. lOd. yearly ; 
I2a. arable and 80a. heath held in gavelkind of the master of the 

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226 INQUISITIONS. 



hospital of Sutton by service of rendering 2s. lid. yeariy and suit 

of court every three weeks ; 68a. arable and 12a. heath held in 

gavelkind of the master of God's House, Strode, by service of rendering 

405. yearly ; and 22a. land and 535. 4d. rent held in gavelkind of 

William de Graunsoun by service of rendering 18s. lOd. yearly. 

Her sons John and Peter Daubeny, aged 14 and 7 years respectively, 

are her next heirs of the tenements held in gavelkind which are divisible 

by the custom of the country ; but John alone is heir of the tenement 

held of the king. 

C. Edw. I. File 120. (9.) 

332. William de Hale. 

Writ, 20 Dec. 33 Edw. I. 
Northampton. Inq. 12 Jan. 33 Edw. I. 

Hale. A capital messuage &c., 40a. arable, 3a. meadow, 9s. rent from 
3 tenants (named), and pleas &c. of court, acquired jointly with 
Joan his wife of the gift of John de Holt, the younger, to hold to 
them and the heirs of the said William, of the king in chief by service 
of 95. yearly at the exchequer by the hands of the sheriff. 
He held no other lands &c. this side Trent. 

Robert his son, aged 12, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 120. (10.) 

333. John de Caeleton. 

Writ, 1 May, 33 Edw. I. 
[York.] Inq. taken at Wyueton, 20 Sept. 34 Edw. I. 

Garton in Holdernesse. Two bovates of land and a plot of several 
meadow, held of the king in chief, of the honour of Albemarle, by 
knight's service, where 48 carucates make a knight's fee ; and 
he died seised of the homage and foreign service of Peter de Nutle 
for 4 tofts and 5 bovates and three parts of a bovate. 

Aldeburgh. The advowson of the chapel of Holy Trinity, held of the 
abbot of Seleby. 

Carleton in Holdernesse. Four bovates of land held in chief of John de 
Ruda by knight's service ; a capital messuage and 4 bovates of 
land, held of Walter de Whitik by knight's service ; and 4 bovates 
of land held in chief of William de Wythornwik by free service of 
&d. yearly. 

He died on 23 Dec. 33 Edw. I. Avice the wife of Richard de HotRum, 
daughter of John his son, aged 25 about the feast of St. Gregory the 
Pope, 34 Edw. I, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 120. (11.) 

334. John son of Hugh. 

Writ, 27 Sept. 33 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. Wednesday after the Epiphany, 34 Edw. I. 

Ingleton. The manor (extent given), including assarts called Skirowth 
and Souterschales, 3^ bovates of land, 4 tofts, 2 assarts, and a 
water-mill in the hamlet of Bentham ; and the f oUowing free tenants. 



EDWARD I. 227 



held to him and the heirs of his body of Hugh son of Henry and hia 
heirs by service of rendering 101. yearly, of the gift of the said Hugh, 
and by doing for them to the lord of Burton in Lonesdale, chief lord of 
that fee, 22s. yearly for a rent (firma) called Burton Male, and 17s, 
wapentake fine yearly, and doing to the same lord the foreign service 
pertaining to 6 carucates of land, where 17 carucates make a knight's 
fee ; which Hugh, before the said gift, held the manor, together 
with other tenements, of the said lord of Burton by homage and 
service, and suit at the court of Burton every three weeks. 
Free tenants : — 

Caldecotes. The hamlet held of the said manor by Geoffrey de Upsale 
by service of 3s. yearly and doing foreign (service). 

Twiselton. The hamlet similarly held by Master William de Twyselton 
by service of Id. yearly, and doing foreign (service). 

(Unspecified.) A bovate of land held by Adam de Mirewra by service 
of 3s. Id. yearly and doing foreign (service). 

Bentham. A moiety of the hamlet held by John de Bentham by foreign 
service only. 

Henry his son, aged 3 at the feast of St. Edmund, King and Martyr, 
last, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 120. (12.) 

335. Amice late the wife of John Randolf alias Randulf. 

Writ, 12 Oct. 33 Edw. I. 
.Leicester. Inq. made at Leicester, 28 Dec. 34 Edw. I. 

Skeftyixgton. A messuage, ^ virgate of land, and I8d. yearly rent, held 
of the king in chief by service of finding a man carrying the king's 
writs in the king's war for forty days at her own costs. 
She held no other lands in the bailiwick. 

William de Marnham of Skeftyngton, her son, aged 55 and more, is her 
next heir. 

Writ of scire facias to the escheator ; whereas by inquisition it was found 
that William de Marnham was next heir of the said Amice, and the 
king commanded him, having taken the fealty &c. of the said 
William, to cause him to have full seisin of the lands &c., and now 
Thomas Randolf, son of the said John and Amice asserts that the 
said tenements were given to them and the heirs of the said John by 
Sarra daughter of Robert David of Skeftington, and that he is next 
heir of the said John, he is commanded to resume the lands &c. into 
the king's hand, and warn the said William to be before the king in 
the next Parliament, which term the king has given to the said 
Thomas to do and receive what the court shall determine, 23 Jan. 
34 Edw. I. 

Endorsed : That the escheator has warned the said William accordingly. 

Writ of scire facias to the escheator, reciting as above, and commanding 
him to warn the said William to be before the king's council at 
Westminster on the morrow of the Ascension next, 20 April, 34 Edw. I. 
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228 INQUISITIONS. 



Writ of certiorari, reciting as above, and that the said Thomas in the 
king's court said that the said Sarra by her charter, which he produced, 
gave the said tenements to the aforesaid John and Amice and the 
heirs of the said John, whose next, heir he is, and the aforesaid William 
came and said that the said Amice was daughter and heir of the 
said Sarra, who died seised as of fee of the tenements aforesaid, 
the said Amice succeeding as her daughter and heir before the said 
John married her, and that no transfer of free tenement was ever 
made by reason of the said charter by the said Sarra to the said 
John and Amice ; and commanding the escheator to enquire whether 
the said Sarra gave the tenements to the said John and Amice and 
the heirs of the said John, or not, and if so who is the next heir of the 
said John, or whether she died seised as of fee, or not, &c. 23 May, 
34 Edw. I. Endorsed : Afterwards the escheator came into the 
chancery and recorded that he had not taken the said William's fealty 
nor delivered to him any seisin. 
Leicester. Inq. taken by the escheator, having with him John de Noveray, 
the king's coroner, and two knights, in the presence of the said 
Thomas and WiUiam, 30 March, 35 Edw. I. 
Skeftington. The said Sarra by her charter with free will gave the tene- 
ments aforesaid to the said John and Amice on the day of their marriage, 
to hold to the said John and his heirs and Amice his wife or their 
assigns as the charter testifies, and personally delivered seisin thereof in 
3 Edw. I, long before her death, and the said Thomas, aged 30, is 
next heir of the same John. The said Amice did not succeed the 
said Sarra as daughter and heir. 

Writ of scire facias to the escheator, reciting as is abovesaid, and com- 
manding him to warn the aforesaid WiUiam to be before the king on 
the morrow of the Ascension, wherever he may then be &c. 6 May, 
1 Edw. [II]. 
Similarly endorsed. 

G. Edw. I. File 120. (13.) 
336. Richard de Wyrhale. 

Writ of certiorari to the mayor and sheriffs of London, because Joan 
late the wife of the said Richard is seeking in the hustings (court) 
of London her dower of a messuage in the city against Reginald de 
Thunderle, who has alleged that he holds it by the charter of Edmund 
sometime earl of Cornwall," which he asserts the king as heir of the 
said Edmund is bound to warrant, 4 November, 33 Edw. I. 
per petitionem de consilio. 
London. Inq. taken before the mayor and sheriffs in the presence of Roger de 
Hegham at the Guildhall on Monday the feast of St. Nicholas. 

The jurors, having had a view of the messuage, say that the said 
Richard after he married the said Joan acquired a messuage called 
La Coppedehalle to himself and his heirs in fee, so that he could 
dower the said Joan thereof. It is worth 14 marks 12s. yearly, 
and there are due yearly 20s. to the priory of Holy Trinity, London, 
for quit rent, 2d. to the heirs of Adam de Basynges, 29s. 4d. to the 
heirs of Juliana Hardel, and 20s. for repairs. Dated at London 
on Saturday after the Conception, 34 Edw. I. 

C. Edw. I. File 120. (14.) 



EDWARD I. 229 



337. John son and heir of John Toeel. 

Writ to the escheator to take the proof of age of the said John, who was 
born at Thorrok Briaunzoun, co. Essex, and baptized in the church 
there, as is said, and says he is of full age and seeks the lands of his 
inheritance which are in the wardship of William Baudewyn of 
Wokyndon, by the demise of John de Hamme, parson of the church 
of StifEord, and Robert his brother, to whom the king committed 
the same until the lawful age of the same John, 10 March, 33 Edw. I. 

Proof of age {missing). 

C.Edw.I. File 120. {15.) 

338. Agnes, datjghtbb and heir of Philip db Mitngomery, who held 

of the king in chief. 

Writ to Walter de Gloucester, escheator, to take the proof of age of the 
said Agnes, who was bom at Whelton, co. Northampton, and 
baptized in the church there, as is said, and says she is of full -age 
and seeks the lands &c. of her inheritance which are in the wardship 
of Robert de Bures by the king's commission, 20 Oct. 33 Edw. I. 

Proof of age {missing). 

C. Edw. I. File 120. (16.) 

339. Adam atte Brok, nephew {nepos) and heir of John Aguyllun, 

who held of the king in chief. 

Writ to Walter de Gloucester, escheator, to take the proof of age of the 
said Adam, who was bom at Chelsham, co. Surrey, and baptized 
in the church there, as is said, and says he is of full age and seeks 
the lands &c. of his inheritance which are in the king's wardship, 
.... [Apr]il, 33 Edw. I. {defective.) 

Proof of age {missing). 

G. Edw. I. File 120. (17.) 

340. Robert Aohard. 

Writ {missing). 

Berks. Inq. 17 33 Edw. I {defective and much defaced). 

Aldremaneston. The manor (extent given), except the tenements 

which Joan late the wife of the said Robert now holds 

in dower. 

See Vol. Ill, No. 494. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 7. (6.) 

341. Dbnise de Helynton, of Wodebergh. 

Writ {missing). 
[Wilts.] Inq. taken at Merlebergh, 12 June, 34 Edw. I. 

Wodebergh. A messuage, 2 virgates of land, and 12s. yearly rent, held 
of the king in chief by knight's service. She held no lands &c. of 
any other. 

William her son, aged 22 on the feast of the Conception last, is her 
next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 121. (1.) 



230 INQUISITIONS. 



342. John le Walbys alias John Walays. 

Writ, 8 June, 34 Edw. I. 
Sussex. Inq. made at Lovente, 20 July, 34 Edw. I. 

Midlovente. Two virgates of arable land containing 26a. held of the 
king by serjeanty, rendering yearly at the king's exchequer by the 
hands of the sheriff 85. \Qd. 

William de Sancto Georgio his kinsman, aged 40 years and more, is 
his next heir. 

Writ to the escheator to enquire by what serjeanty and what service the 
the said John holds of the king in Middelavente, 20 Sept. 34 Edw. I. 
[Sussex.] Inq. made at Midlovent by Cicestre, 21 Oct. 34 Edw. I. 

Mid Lovente. He held 2 virgates of arable land of the king in chief 
by petty serjeanty, viz. — by service of rendering 2 white capons 
whenever the king comes by his gate, which service was commuted 
{arrentatum) at 8s. lOrf. yearly at the king's exchequer by the hands 
of the sheriff. 

Heir as above. 

C. Edw. I. File 121. (2.) 

343. Thomas de Crttddemore a:lia8 de Ceodemor. 

Writ, 11 Aug. 34 Edw. I. 
Southampton ; Isle or Wight. Inq. taken at Winchester, 26 Sept. 34 Edw. I. 
Crodemor in the Isle of Wight. A capital messuage and oxhouse and 
30a. arable, held of the king in chief in free socage by service of 
rendering Id. on Christmas day, as of the manor of Boucombe, 
which is the king's ; and 4a. marsh held of the king in chief by 
service of rendering 12d. on the same feast at the said manor as a 
member of the castle of Charsbrock, and they lie in common and are 
worth nothing yearly. 

He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 
Thomas his son, aged 5, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 121. (3.) 

344. Robert Bagerygg alias de Baggbriggb. 

Writ, 16 June, 34 Edw. I. 
Dorset. Inq. made at Cranebom, 22 June, 34 Edw. I. 

La Wodelonde. A messuage and 20a. land, held of the king in chief, 
rendering the king 25. yearly by the hands of the sheriff. 
He held no other lands in the bailiwick. 
He died at the feast of St. Michael, 33 Edw. I, enduig. His daughters, 
Isabel Wither, Alice de Baggerigge, and Alice de Bagerigge, are his 
next heirs, the said Isabel aged 28, Alice 25, and the other Alice 22. 

G. Edw. I. File 121. (4.) 

345. Robert de Merk. 

Writ, 20 April, 34 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. Tuesday before St. Dunstan, 34 Edw. I. 

,Dunmowe alias Dunmawe. A manor held jointly with Jacomina his 
wife of the king in chief as of the honour of Boulogne by service 



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of I and J knight's fee, by the king's licence and by a fine levied in 
the king's court. 

He held no other lands in the bailiwick. 
Ingelram his son, aged 14|, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.L File 121. (5.) 

346. Edward de Penbbetjgg alias de Pennebrugg. 

Writ, 8 Feb. 34 Edw. I. 
Gloucester. Inq. 7 March, 34 Edw. I. 

Meone. Ten marks yearly rent from 8 tenants holding 6| virgates of 
land, held of the gift of John de Pennebrugg to him and the heirs 
of his body, of the king in chief by service of J knight's fee. He held 
no other lands. 

He died without heir of his body, wherefore the said rent ought to 
revert by the form of the gift aforesaid to the said John, aged 40 and 
more, who is also his elder brother and next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 121. (6.) 

347. James de Bohun. 

Writ to the escheator iu Ireland, 30 May, 34 Edw. I. 
KiLDARE. Inq. made at Dublin on Tuesday after St. Luke, 34 Edw. I 
{defaced). 
Ballymaddon. The manor, and a castle and certain lands &c., at 
Comerith in the march amongst the Irish in co. Kilkenny, held 
of the king in chief by 71. 10s. of royal service, when royal service 
is exacted. 

He held nothing of others. 

Heir unknown because he was born and dwells (in England ?). 

C. Edw. I. File 121. (7.) 

348. Roger de Clavering alias Claveryngg. 

Writ, 22 March, 34 Edw. I. 
Northumberland. Inq. made at Alnewyck on Saturday before the 
Assumption, 34 Edw. I. 
Caluley. The town (extent given with names of tenants) held of the 
kmg in chief by service of a moiety of 8 marks 16d. rent yearly at 
the exchequer of Newcastle upon Tyne, I mark yearly to the same 
exchequer for disafforesting the forest, doing suit at the county 
(court), and 15d. for cornage to the same exchequer ; and 61. are 
rendered yearly to Alan de Claveryngg his brother. 
He held no other lands &c. in the county. 
Margery his daughter, aged 5 weeks at this present feast of the 
Assumption, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 121. (8.) 



232 INQUISITIONS. 



349. Egbert de Septem Vannis. 

Writ, 20 Sept. 34 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq. 27 Oct. 34 Edw. I. 

Aldintone. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief for a 
knight's fee, and rendering 14s. yearly at the castle of Rochester 
on the feast of St. Andrew. 

William his son, aged 25 and more and married in his father's lifetime, 
is his next heir. 

Kent. Inq. 23 Oct. 34 Edw. I. 

Melton. The manor (extent given) held of the earl of Gloucester for a 
knight's fee and doing suit at the earl's court of Tonebrigge every 
three weeks. 
Heir as above. 

Sussex. Inq. 5 Nov. 34 Edw. I. 

Morhale. The manor (extent given) held of the heir of John de Britannia, 
who is in the king's wardship, by service of | knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 25 and more. 

C. Edw. I. File 121. (9.) 

350. Robert de Pontbfracto, of Wyvelesthorp. 

Writ, 16 July, 34 Edw. I. 
[York.] Inq. Friday the feast of St. Oswald the King, 34 Edw. I. 

Wivelesthorp. A manor, lands &c. (extent given) held of Nicholas de 
Stapelton, kinsman and one {altera) of the heirs of Laderana late the 
wife of John de Bella Aqua, a minor and in the king's wardship, 
by homage and service of ^ knight's fee. 
He held nothing of other lords. 

Thomas his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 121. (10.) 

351 . Isabel late the wife of Httgh le Dbspenser. 

Writ, 30 May, 34 Edw. I. 
Southampton. Inq. made at Aulton, 26 June, 34 Edw. I. 

Ertlye. The manor (extent given with names of tenants) held [together 
with the said Hugh] in free marriage only, of the gift &c. of WiUiam 
de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, who sometime held it of the kin g 
in chief by serjeanty of being chamberlain of the king's exchequer. 

Her daughter Maud, now the wife of Henry de Langastre, aged 24, 
is her next heir. 

Charter of William de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, granting to 
Sir Patrick de Cadurcis, with Isabel his daughter in free marriage, 
his whole manor of Herteleye for 601. land, with the advowson of 
the church, and the knights' fees, wardships, liberties &c. thereto 
pertaining, to hold to them and their heirs of the body of the said 
Isabel, with reversion to himself or his heirs {undated ). 

C.Edw.I, i^'tZe 121. (11.) 



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352. John Pyoard alias Piohard. 

Writ, 16 May, 34 Edw. I. 
Hereford. Inq. made at Hereford on Saturday before the Nativity of 
St. John the Baptist, 34 Edw. I (faded). 
Lugwardyn. 5s. rent in the manor held of the king in chief by service 
of 5s., and making two appearances yearly at the king's court of 
LugwardjTi ; which 5s. he received yearly from Walter de Langeford 
who held a messuage and a virgate of land in Langeford by that service. 
He held no other lands &c. in the county. 
Roger his son, aged 16 as is believed, is his next heir. 

Wales. Inq. Saturday after the Ascension, 34 Edw. I. 

Straddeuwy alias Straddewy. The manor (extent given), including a 
castle, held of Sir John son of Reginald by knight's service, viz. — 
finding three men with barded horses in time of war in Wales for 
forty days at his own charges at the castle of Blaynlenevy. 

Heir as above, aged 15 on the feast of Palm Sunday last. 

Writ to the escheator to enquire whether the manor of Lugward3m is 
in the king's hand through the idiocy of Robert Walrond, or other- 
wise, 2 July, 34 Edw. I. 
Hereford. Inq. made at Hereford on Tuesday before the feast of 
St. Margaret(?), 34 Edw. I (defaced). 

King Henry the king's father enfeoffed Edmund his son of the 
manor of Lugwardyn, to hold to him and his heirs ; who enfeoffed 
Robert Walrande and Maud his wife, to them and the heirs of the 
said Robert, and they held the same for their lives ; after whose 
decease, because the said Robert died without heir of himself, his 
right in the manor descended to Robert son of WilUam Walrond, 
his kinsman and heir, by whose idiocy the manor was seized into 

the king's hand 

C. Edw. I. File 121. (12.) 

353. Joan late the wife of John Chattncbtjs. 

Writ, 21 May, 34 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. Monday the morrow of Holy Trinity, 34 Edw. I. 

Canewedon. The manor (extent given), including marshes called Schamwode 
and Nortput, held of the king in chief by service of | knight's fee. 
She held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

Giles her son, aged 24 and more, is her next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 121. (13.) 

354. Alice Gerbot. 

Writ, 20 April, 34 Edw. I. 
Salop. Inq. made at Bruges on Sunday after the Ascension, 34 Edw. I. 
Worfeld. A capital messuage &c. and 30a. land held of the king in chief 
by the serjeanty of keeping that part of the forest of Morfe where 
the manor of Worfeld is situated. 
She held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

William her son, aged 50 at Christmas day last, is her next heir. 

G.Edw.I. File 121. (U). 



234 INQUISITIONS. 



355. RooBB DE liA Lee. 

Writ, 22 Jan. 34 Edw. I. 
Salop. Inq. Thursday before St. Valentine, 34 Edw. I. 

Claverleye. A capital messuage &c. and 52a. land within the manor, 

which he took from the king's waste in Claverleye, held of the king 

in chief by service of 8s. 8d. to be paid at the said manor by the 

hands of the king's bailiff there. 
Kenefare. 3a. of the king's waste within the manor held of the king 

in chief by service of 12d. to be paid to the king by the hands of 

the king's bailiff of Kenefare. 
Dodemeston. 4a. meadow in the fee of Dodemeston, held of the heir 

of Robert de Dodemeston, a minor and in the king's wardship, by 

service of 2s. 
John de la Lee, his brother, aged 50 on the feast of St. Thomas the 



Apostle last, is his next heir. 



356. Geoffrey de Hatjville. 



G. Edw. I. File 121. (15.) 



Writ, 4 June, 34 Edw. I. 
Rutland. Inq. 20 Oct. 34 Edw. I. 

Dryestok. An assart called Asshelond containing 20a. land, held of the 
king in chief by service of rendering Is. at the king's exchequer 
every third year. 
Haliok. A messuage, 38a. land and 3a. meadow, held of Robert Domer 
by service of a clove gillyflower yearly. 
He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

John his son, aged 24 and more, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 121. (16.) 

357. RoQEB Fkelond. 

Writ, 4 Oct. 34 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq- 1* Oct. 34 Edw. I. 

Newechirche and Bilsinton. Albreda his mother holds in dower of his 
inheritance 9a. arable, which are held of the king in chief by service 
of l^d. yearly and suit at the king's court of Redlevet every three 
weeks. 

Bilsinton. 9a. arable held of the abbot of Boxele by service of 12d. 
yearly ; 12a. arable held of William de Hordlangston by service 
of Id. yearly ; and 16a. arable held of Nicholas de Sandwico in 
gavelkind by service of 85. yearly and suit at his court of Bilsinton 
every three weeks. 

Newechirche. 4a. arable held of the master of God's house, Dover, in 
gavelkind, by service of 2s. yearly and suit at his court of Hounchilde 
every three weeks. 

His daughters, Cecil3' aged 4, and Joan aged 2, are his next heirs. 

C. Edw. I. File 121. (17.) 



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358. ROGEU DE HXJNEWORTHE. 

Writ, 6 March, 34 Edw. I. 
Norfolk. Inq. made at Norwich, 13 April, 34 Edw. I. 

Bodham. A capital messuage, 20a. arable, 2a. meadow, 10a. heath, 
a little aldergrove by the messuage, 7s. id. rent of free tenants, 
Id. for common on the heath from foreign men, 60 eggs, and boon 
works, held of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee, 
rendering 10s. yearly for the guard of the castle of Dover, 2s. 
yearly for a custom called ' hundershot ' at the king's hundred of 
Holt, and doing suit at the said hundred (court) every three weeks, 
and at the county (court) of Norwich once yearly after the feast 
of St. Michael and once after Easter. 
He held no other lands in the bailiwick. 

John his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 121. (18.) 

359. Thomas db la Doune, of Bradewell. 

Writ, 22 Nov. 34 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. made at Maldon on Wednesday after St. Thomas the Apostle, 
34 Edw. I. 
Bradewell. A capital messuage, 126|a. land, 2a. meadow, two parts 
of a marsh and of a windmill, 8s. rents of freemen (named), and 
rent and works of a customer worth 2s. 3d. yearly, held of the king 
in chief by service of rendering a lance in war and 12d. yearly at 
the king's hundred of Daneseye at the feast of St. Michael : 40a. land, 
two parts of a marsh, and 3s. rent, held of John de la Mare by service 
of 13s. 4.d. yearly ; 30a. land held of Thomas Baynard by service 
of 4s. Sd. yearly ; 3a. land and 2|rf. rent Tield of John Cook {Coco) 
by service of Sd. j'early ; and |a. land held of Richard de Gardino by 
service of a clove gillyflower yearly. 

He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

Margaret his daughter, aged 8, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 121. (19.) 

360. Henry Fbrraunt alias Fbrrant. 

Writ, 6 Aug, 34 Edw. I. 
[York.] Inq. made at Skypton in Craven on Monday the eve of St. Luke, 
34 Edw. I {and copy). 
Skypton. A messuage and 3^a. land held of the king as lord of the honour 
of the castle of Skipton for keeping the gate of the castle of Skypton, 
finding irons for all prisoners within the castle, and safely guarding 
them at his own peril from escape ; for which he also received in 
the times of Isabel de Fortibns, countess of Albemarle, and Sir 
Edmund the king's brother, every twelve ^\ eeks a quarter of com, 
every week 2d. for compaaage, and a robe every year at 
Christmas or | mark, until the castle came to the hand of 
Lady Eleanor the queen mother, and then he took nothing because 



236 INQUISITIONS. 



of the opposition of her bailifEs by whom he waa ejected and 
removed. 

He held nothing of others. 

Hugh his son, aged 23 on the day of St. Oswald, King and Martyr, 
34 Edw. I, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 121. (20.) 

361. WixiiiAM Bleyht alias Bleith. 

Writ, 6 Oct. 34 Edw. I. 
Gloucester. Inq. taken at Gloucester, 17 Oct. 34 Edw. I. 

Neuwenham. A capital messuage, 60a. land, and 10 cottars rendering 

14s. Id. yearly, held of the king in chief by the serjeanty of being 

one of the king's foresters in the forest of Dene, and rendering 5s. 

yearly at the king's castle of St. Briavel. 
Forest of Dene. 180a. of the king's assarts held of the king in chief 

by service of rendering him 44s. Ojrf. yearly. 
(Unspecified.) 12a. land and 5a. meadow held jointly with Joan his 

wife to them and the heirs of their bodies, of Balph de Rodleye by 

his gift, by service of 3d. yearly. 

He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

John his son, aged 16 at Christmas day last, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. J'^e 121. (21.) 

362. Reginald de FEKEAEns alias de Fekabhs. 

Writ [*3 Sept. 34 Edw. I.] (missing). 
CoBifWALL. Extent made at Trehanna, 23 Sept. 34 Edw. I. 

SchuUingham. The hamlet (extent given) held, together with the 
manors of Bere and Niweton, co. Devon, of the king in chief, as of 
the barony of Tremton, by service of 20 knights' fees of Mortain. 

WiUiam his son, aged 24 at Easter last, is his next heir. 

Devon. Exteni 24 Sept. 34 Edw. I. 

Bere. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief as of the 
barony of Tremeton which is in the king's hand, together with the 
manor of Nyweton, and the hamlet of ShuUingham, co. Cornwall, by 
service of 20 knights' fees of Mortain. 
Heir as above. 

Devon. Extent 22 Sept. 34 Edw. I. 

Niweton alias Niweton Fereirs. The manor (extent given) held of the 
king in chief as abovesaid. 

Heir as above, aged 24 and more. 

C.Edw.I. File 121.(22.) 

363. John de Esthopb. 

Writ, 23 Jan. 34 Edw. I 
Salop. Inq. Ash Wednesday, 34 Edw. I. 

Esthope. The manor (extent given) held for life of the heir of Richard 
son of Alan, sometime earl of Arundell, a minor and in the king's 

* See Calendar of Fine Bolls, p. 641. 



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wardship, by service of finding a man with a horse unbarded (nudo) 
in the castle of Oswaldestre for forty days in each war between the king 
and the prince of Wales at his own charges ; which manor he had of 
the grant of Roger de Esthope by fine levied in the king's court, 
to hold for life of the chief lords &c. with remainder to John son 
of Thomas de Esthope and Margaret daughter of John de Wenlok 
and the heirs of their bodies, and to the right heirs of the said John 
son of Thomas. The said John son of Thomas died before the said 
John de Esthope, without heir of the body of the said Margaret, 
who survives, for he never married her. 

John de Esthope had no heir, for he had no tenement except for life ; 
but Thomas son of Thomas de Esthope, aged 12 at the feast of the 
Nativity of St. John the Baptist last, is brother and next heir of the 
said John son of Thomas de Esthope. 

C. Edw. I. File 121. (23.) 

364. Nicholas de Graham. 

Writ, 4 April, 34 Edw. I. 
Northumberland. Inq. 18 April, 34 Edw. I. 

Belleford. A moiety of the town (extent given), including a moiety of a 

capital messuage, a moietj' of a mill at Dychanid, and bondmen &c. 

at Yesington. 
Louwyck. A moiety of a capital messuage &c. , 1 60a. arable, 1 6 Ja. meadow, 

bondmen rendering 101. 14s. 6(7., cottars rendering 48s. 3d., and 

free tenants rendering 3d. and lib. pepper yearly, a moiety of a 

water-mill &c. 
BoUesdon. 34s. 3d. assised rent for a free farm of the town. 
Brankeston. 16s. assised rent. 
WoUouere. A capital messuage &c., 60a. arable, 12a. meadow, a forest 

in Chevyot called Herthop, divers bondmen holding 60a. land 

and rendering 65s., divers free tenants of the borough rendering 

28s., a market every Thursday, a water-mill, divers foreign free 

tenants, rendering 14ci!. and lib. cummin, and a bakehouse. 
Heythepol. A several pasture, divers free tenants rendering 9s. lOd., 

two cottars rendering 4s. and a brewery. 
Hedreslawe. 7s. O^d. rent of free tenants and a water-mill worth U. 

yearly. 
Belleford. Three free tenants, rendering 22c^. And perquisites of court. 
All held of the king in chief, of the inheritance of Mary de Graham 

his wife, by service of 1| knights' fee, as for a moiety of the barony 

of Muschamp. 

The said Mary his wife, aged 40 and more, is his next heir. 

Writ to the escheator to enquire who is next heir of the said Nicholas, 
because in the inquisition it is contained that Mary his wife is his 
heir, which is impossible, 4 May, 34 Edw. I. 
Northumberland. Inq. made at Bamburgh on Thursday before Whit- 
sunday, 34 Edw. I. 

The said Nicholas held nothing in the county in his demesne as 
of fee, but held a moiety of the barony of Muschamp of the inherit- 
ance of Mary his wife. The whole barony was sometime of 



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Eobert de Musco Campo, who held it of the king in chief, and after his 
death descended to Margery and Isabel his daughters and heir ; and 
from Margery came the said Mary, her daughter and her heir of a 
moiety of the said barony. The said Nicholas and Mary were never 
jointly enfeoffed nor held the barony in marriage, and the said 
Nicholas had nothing there except as abovesaid. 
John their son, aged 28, is next heir of the said Mary of the lands &c. 
aforesaid. 

C. Edw. I. File 121. (24.) 

365. John son of John le Bretun alias le Bbetoxjn. 

Writ, 22 Jan. 34 Edw. I. 
Northampton. Inq. taken at Geytington, 1 May, 34 Edw. I. 

Dudyngton by Stanford. An assart called Rogeres Dybbyng, containing 
15a. land, and 45. rent, held of the king in chief by service of rendering 
6s. 8d. yearly at the king's exchequer ; and another assart called 
Bretonnes Dybbyng, containing 50a. land and la. wood, held of the 
king in chief by service of a pair of gilt spurs. 

Blatherwyk and Laxton. A capital messuage &c., 120a. arable, 2a. 
meadow, 4a. wood within the bounds of the forest, and 6s. 8d. and 
3 capons rent of free tenants, held of Richard Basset, knight, by 
service of | knight's fee. 

Blatherwyk. 60a. land held of the prior of Launde {de Landa) by service 
of 2s. yearly. And pleas &c. of court. 

The said John son of John le Bretoun held no other lands &c. in 
the bailiwick. 

John his son, aged 10, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 121. (25.) 

366. Adam de Monte Alto. 
Writ, 12 June, 34 Edw. I. 

NoRTHAMPTOir. Inq. 16 Aug. 34 Edw. I. 

Sulgrave. The manor (extent of two parts given) held jointly with 
Margery his wife of the heir of Walter de Gaj^on by service of | 
knight's fee. 

Amice late the wife of Walter de Gayton, who still survives, was 
dowered by the said Adam and Margery of a third part of all the 
lands &c. of the manor ; and Helen (Elena) late the wife of John de 
Monte Alto was dowered by them of a third part of two parts, but 
is dead ; and the said Margery by reason of her jointure entered 
upon the said third part of two parts immediately after the said 
Helen's death. 

He held no other lands in the bailiwick. 
Elizabeth his daughter, aged 2 and more, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 121. (26.) 

367. Simon Roges alias de Roges, Rokes, of Porlock. 
Writ, 22 July, 34 Edw. I. 

Devon. Inq. Friday after St. Bartholomew, 34 Edw. I. 

Meusagh alias Meuschaue. The manor (extent given), whereof one moiety 
held of Matthew de Furneus for | knight's fee, rendering 135. id. 



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yearly rent, and the other moiety held of Baldwyn Flemengg by 
socage, as they say, but they payed scutage for | knight's fee this 
year. 

Joan his daughter, aged 3, is his next heir. 

Cornwall. Ivq. 26 Sept. 34 Edw. I. 

Travescoyt. A moiety of the hamlet held jointly with Isabel his wife 
of the king in chief by service of \ knight's fee, as of the earldom of 
Cornwall which has now come to the king's hands by the death 
of Edmund, sometime earl of Cornwall. ■ 

The said Simon and Isabel were enfeoffed jointly by John de Tracy 
the said Isabel's brother, to them and the heirs of their bodies with 
remainder to the said Isabel and her heirs ; which feoffment was 
made during the lifetime of Edmund earl of Cornwall. 

The moiety aforesaid is let to farm {ad altam firmam) to tenants 
rendering 10 maAs yearly. 

He held no (other lands) &c. in the bailiwick. 

Joan, daughter of the said Simon and Isabel, aged 3 at Easter next, 
is their next heir. 

Somerset. (Inq.) 12 Aug. 34 Edw. I (defective). 

Porlok. A capital messuage and 2 gardens, another (garden ? ) called 
Westporlok, lands in cultures called ' la Merssforlong,' Langeforlong 
[la] Botme, Middelforlong, Under Waterdich, Foulemede, a culture 
between ' la Botme ' and ' la Somerweye,' and a culture to the 
west of ' la Somerweye,' a close on the road on the east of 
the sheep fold, . . a. arable in the close called Porlok park, 
6|a. in the close called ' la Brome,' 20a. land in a culture called 
' la Waterlete,' 12a. meadow in ' la Mersshele,' 20a. meadow in 
' la Coulese,' 26a. pasture in ' la Lake ' and the sea sand, 

2 water-mills, a wood, a pasture , pleas &c. of court &c. 

and rents (very full extent given with names of tenants who do 
carriage service from Porlock to Meussch' or Assch) and a bake- 
house ; aU held of Henry Roges of Holecomb by service of ^ knight's 
fee. 

Heir as first above, aged 3 at Easter last. 

Writ of plenius certiorari to the escheator to enquire whether the moiety 
of the manor of Meushagh, co. Devon, is held in socage as contained 
in the inquisition, whereby Isabel late the wife of the said Simon 
seeks the same as next (friend) of the heir, or by service of a knight's 
fee, as is asserted on behalf of Baldwin le Flemeng, 6 May, 35 Edw. I. 
Endorsed : Baldwin le Flemyng being warned sent his bailiff, but 
did not come in person. 
Devon. Inq. taken at Soutmolton, 12 June, 35 Edw. I. 

The said moiety of the manor of Meuschaue is held in socage of 
the said Baldwin ; Archibald le Flemyng gave it to Roges son of 
Simon with Rose (Bosea) his daughter in free marriage, to them 
and the heirs of their bodies. 

C. Edw. I. File 121. (27.) 



240 INQUISITIONS. 



368. Walter db Byllynggeye alias db Bilingbyb. 

Writ, 14 Apra, 34 Edw. T. 
Norfolk. Inq. made at Ormesby, 20 June, 34 Edw. I. 

Bunham. A third part of the manor (extent given) held of the king 
in chief by service of a third part of two ' moyes ' of wine and of two 
hundred pearmain pears (pirorum de parmaynes) at the king's 
exchequer, as of serjeanty. 

John his son, aged 4 and more, is his next heir. 

Lincoln. Inq. 9 June, 34 Edw. I. 

Wylughby by Aneeastre. A capital messuage &c., 100a. arable, l^a. 
meadow, a several pasture, and 2 cottars rendering 9s. yearly, held 
of WUliam de Vescy of Kildare in chief by service of J knight's fee. 

Knaye. A capital messuage, 80a. arable, 10a. meadow, 8 free tenants 
rendering 41«. yearly, and two tenants in bondage rendering 21s., 
held of the bishop of Lincoln in chief by service of | knight's fee. 

Stratton. 22a. arable, and two free tenants rendering 4s. 4:d. yearly, 
held of the earl of Lincoln in chief by service of 2d. yearly ; and 
the said Walter rendered 20d. yearly at the manor of Stowe. 

Heir as above, aged 4 years. 

Writ of privy seal to the escheator to enquire the value of the wardship 
of the above lands, the age of the heir, and whether the king can 
give the wardship &c., with the marriage of the heir, to whom he 
pleases without injury to any one, 23 April, 34 Edw. I. {French.) 
Norfolk. Inq. made at Stokesby, 9 May, 34 Edw. I. 
Runham. A third part of the manor &c. (as above). 
Heir as first above. 

The king can give the wardship &c. to whom he pleases without 
injury to anyone. 

C. Edw. I. File 122. (1.) 

369. Robert de Sttttevill alias de Stotevyll, de Stotevile, 

Destotevill. 

Writ, 14 April, 34 Edw. I. 
Northumberland. Inq. Saturday the eve of Whitsundaj', 34 Edw. I. 

Mitford. The castle, 50a. arable in the field of the same, and two parts 
of the forest of Felton, held by reason of Eleanor de Genouere his 
wife, who has the same of the gift of Queen Eleanor the king's mother, 
to hold to her and the heirs of her body of the king and his heirs in 
chief by service of doing suit at the county (court) of Northumberland. 
He held nothing as of fee in the county. 

John, son of the said Robert and Eleanor, aged 24, is next heir of the 
said Eleanor of the lands &c. aforesaid. 

Derby. Inq. 24 May, 34 Edw. I. 

Ekynton. He was at one time seised of the manor (extent given with 
names of tenants), including rents from free tenants in Walterthorp 
and a rent of 6 ' wytecokes ' at Christmas, which he held of the 
king in chief by service of a knight's fee ; and he gave the manor 



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to the king, who after forty days and more gave it to him and Eleanor 
his wife and the heirs of their bodies, to hold of the king by the 
service abovesaid. He held no other lands &c. in the county. 

John their son, aged 24, is next heir of the said Robert and Eleanor. 

NOTTINQHAM. Inq. taken at Kyrkeby upon Asschefeld, 22 May, 34 Edw. I. 
Kyrkeby. He was at one time seised of the manor (extent given), 
including a several pasture called ' le Parkerf eld ' and a park, which 
he held of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee ; and he 
gave it to King Edward, who after forty days and more gave it to 
the said Robert and Eleanor his wife and the heirs of their bodies 
to hold of the king by the service aforesaid, with remainder to the 
said Robert's heirs. He held no other lands in the county. 

Heir as last above, by the form of the gift aforesaid. 

Writ, 14 April, 34 Edw. I. 

Essex. Inq. taken at Colcestre on Sunday the feast of St. Denis 34 Edw. I. 

Dyham. The manor held jointly with Eleanor de Genouere his wife, 

enfeoffed to them and their heirs by the king's charter, of the king 

in chief by service of a knight's fee, and they peaceably continued 

their seisin until the said Robert's death. 

Heir as last above, aged 25. 

Norfolk. Inq. 20 Oct. 34 Edw. I. 

Gresham. A capital messuage, another messuage not built, 180a. arable, 
3a. meadow, a several pasture called ' le Ker,' divers parcels of 
herbage and heath, a water-mill and windmill, a fishery with reeds, 
100s. \d. rents, rents of pepper, cummin, fowls, gammons, carcases 
of mutton, cheese, a goose, gloves, white loaves and 58 gallons of 
beer, at Christmas, oats at Michaelmas, works &c. and pleas &c. 
of court, held of the heir of John de Warenna, late earl of Surrey, 
then a minor and in the kiag's wardship, by service of 2 knights' 
fees ; and 12a. land held of Roger le Bigod, earl of Norfolk and 
marshal of England, by service of 18d. yearly. 

Heir as above, age unknown, for he was born (extitit oriundus) in 
remote parts ; but he is believed to be under age. 

C. Edw. I. File 122. (2.) 

370. WiLUAM SON OF Geoffrey de Brokedish, of Wymundham. 

Writ, 1 Oct. 34 Edw. I. 
Norfolk. Inq. 10 Oct. 34 Edw. I. 

Est Carleton. A moiety of a messuage and 13a. land, held of the king 
in chief by a fourth part of a serjeanty viz. — by service of conveying 
with his partners to the king wherever he shall be in England 
100 herriags ia pastry (inpane) of the rent of the city of Norwich 
yearly ; 7|a. land held of John de Thwejrt by service of ^ knight's 
fee ; 4a. land held of Reginald de Argentem by service of 6d. yearly ; 
8|a. land held of William de Curszoun by service of ^ knight's fee ; 
and 10a. land held of William de Colneye by knight's service, quantity 
unknown. 



242 INQUISITIONS. 



Wymondham. A capital messuage, 60a. arable, la. meadow, and 85. 
rent, held of Joan late the wife of Robert de Tateshale by service 
of a sextary of wine yearly. 

He held no other lands this side Trent. 

Nigel his grandson (nepos), aged 28 and more, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 122. (3.) 

371. James de la Plaxjnche alias db la Planohe. 

Writ, 22 July, 34 Edw. I. 
Buckingham. Inq. 16 Aug. 34 Edw. I {defaced). 

Haveresham. The manor (extent given) held with Maud (his wife) 
who survives, of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee, as of the 
honour of PevereU now in the king's hand. 

John son of the said James (and Maud), aged 5, is his next heir. 

OxsoRD. Inq. 16 Aug. 34 Edw. I. 

Throp alias Thrope. 2| virgates of land containing 60a., 5a. meadow, 
and 15s. 2d. rent, held of the inheritance of Maud his wife, of the 
king in chief, as of the honour of St. Valery (Walerici) now in the 
king's hand by the death of Edmund, earl of Cornwall, by service 
of \ knight's fee, doing as much scutage when it shall happen as 
appertains to such a tenement. 

Heir as above. 

Wilts. Inq. 19 Aug. 34 Edw. I. 

Compton. The manor (extent given with names of free tenants) held, 
of the inheritance of Maud his wife, who survives, of Andrew de 
Grimstede by service of \ knight's fee ; and there are due to the lord 
of Bereford 20s., to Andrew de Grimstede 15s., to Hugh Wake 6d., 
to Thomas de Putton &d., and to the abbess of Shefton Irf. 

The said Maud is 21 and more. John his son, aged 5, is his next heir. 

Leicester. Inq. Monday the feast of the Assumption, 34 Edw. I {defaced). 

Claybroc. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants) held, 

of the inheritance of Maud his wife, of Master William de Bosco by 

service of J knight's fee, and two attendances at the view of frank 

pledge in his manor of Weston. 

Heir as last above. 

G. Edw. I. File 122. (4.) 

372. Bertkand alias Bertram db Criel. 

Writ, 28 April, 34 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq. made at Wy, 31 July, 34 Edw. I. 

Pottebery in Estwelle. 12a. arable, 20a. pasture, la. Ir. meadow, and 
18d. rent, held in a gavelkind of Robert de Bourhasse, as of the 
manor of Bocton Alouf which is of the honour of Boulogne, by service 
of 6s. yearly, and suit at his court of Bocton Alouf every three weeks. 

His sister, Joan the wife of Sir Richard de Rokesle [alias de Rokesleg], 
knight, aged 28, is his next heir, 



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Kent. Inq. made at Wy, 22 July, 34 Edw. I. 

Setene. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by the 
serjeanty of finding the king when he goes into Gascony ( Wasconiam) 
a man called ' vautrier ' to lead three of the king's greyhounds until 
he shall have worn out a pair of shoes {soMarum) price 4rf. at the 
king's cost. 
Heir as above. 

Kent. Inq. 2 Aug. 34 Edw. I. 

Boytone. A messuage, 32a. arable, 2\a. \r. meadow, 20a. fresh marsh, 
16a. pasture in a salt marsh, l^a. wood, 17s. rent and 3| hens, held 
of the archbishop of Canterltory by service of 6s. Id., and suit at his 
court of Reculvre every three weeks. 

Heir as above. 

Kent. Inq. 20 July, 34 Edw. I^ 

Niewenton by Hethe. A moiety of the manor (extent given) held jointly 
with Petronilla his wife of Sir John atte Belhous by service of 4d. 
yearly ; which they acquired of Eleanor de Criel, as appears by a 
charter made between them, for lOZ. to be yearly paid to the said 
Eleanor for life, to hold to them and the heirs of the said Bertrand 
(sic) with reversion, if they should die without heir of their bodies, to 
the said Eleanor and her heirs ; and they had peaceful seisin jointly 
until the said Bertrand's death. 

Heir as above. 

Hertford. Inq. made at Prince's Laungel(e) on Friday after the Exaltation 
of the Holy Cross, 34 Edw. I. 
Aldebury. The manor (extent given) held of the rector of Asserugge 
and the brethren there by a fee farm of 8i. of the gift of Edmund, 
earl of Cornwall, the king's kinsman, and by the king's confirmation, 
for the support and repair of the chapel of Hameldene, and of a 
chaplain celebrating there for the souls of the said earl and his heirs. 

Heir as above, aged 20 and more. 

C. Edw. I. File 122. (5.) 

373. Agatha de Mortuo Mari. 

Writ, 12 June, 34 Edw. I. 
Bedford. Inq. 2 July, 34 Edw. I. 

Luyton. A sixth part of the manor (extent given) held of the king in 
chief by service of ^ knight's fee ; and a curtilage held of Thomas 
de Neuport by service of 2d. yearly ; the pleas &c. of court are worth 
nothing because Cecily de Beauchaump and Joan de Vivonia have 
the suits of the tenants. 
Henry de Mortuo Mari her son, aged 40, is her next heir. 

Dorset. Inq. 13 Sept. 34 Edw. I. 

Storministre alias Sturmynistre Mareschall. A seventh part of the manor 
(extent given), including a pasture called Sapewykmerhys and a 
free tenant who holds the hamlet of Combe by service of collecting 
pannage there at the feast of St. Martin and he shall receive Id. for 
all service, held of the king in chief in free socage by seryiqe of homage 



244 INQUISITIONS. 



only ; and a fourth part of a seventh part of the manor held of the 
king in chief by the service aforesaid, viz.— a fourth part of an assart 
in Westleye by Neweton Peverel, a moiety of the rent and service 
of Roger Borgeys a villein, and a third part of those of service of 
Geoffrey le Hayward a cottar, and a fourth part of the hundred of 
Louseberouwe. 

Heir as above. 

Writ to the escheator in Ireland, 12 June, 34 Edw. I. 
Ieeland. Inq. Monday before the Nativity of the Blessed Mary, 34 Edw. I. 
Wexford {Weys'). Tachmoune. Two carucates of uncultivated land 
and wood which Irishmen hold, 3a. meadow, la. of escheat, a miU, 
and 5 carucates of land which the burgesses hold, with pleas &c. 
of the hundred. 
Clonmeu. 12a. arable with 8a. uncultivated land of escheat, a mill, and 
5 carucates of land which the burgesses hold, with pleas &c. of the 
hundred. 
KiLDARE. Carbry. Five carucates of land. 

Wylton. 80a. land. 
Kilkenny. Jerpoint (Jeriponiem). 160a. land, a mill and 40a. land. 

(All held of the king ia chief ?) She held nothing of others in Irefeind. 

Heir as above, aged 30 and more. 

G.Edw.I. File\22.{%.) 

374. Thomas Peverel. 

Writ, 22 Jan. 34 Edw. I. 
Sussex. Irtq. 4 March, 34 Edw. I. 

Blachyngton. The manor (extent given) held of the king by service of 

rendering 4s. 5|d. yearly for the guard of the castle of Pevenesee. 
Alfricheston. 4a. meadow, 40a. arable, and three free tenants rendering 

2d. yearly, held of Eobert de Brome by service of rendering 6s. 8d. 

yearly. 
Ryp. The manor (extent given) held of the earl of Gloucester by service 

of \ knight's fee. 
Chalvyngton. 235. 9d. yearly rent from five free tenants held of the 

bishop of Chichester by service of doing suit at his court of Chichester 

every three weeks. 
Saperton. A capital messuage, 128a. arable, and a several pasture, 

held of John Heryngaud by service of 5s. yearly. 
Sountyng and Iwehurst. The manors (extents given) held of WiUiam de 

Breouse by service of 3 knights' fees. 

Andrew his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

SOTTTHAMPTON. Inq. 14 Feb. 34 Edw. I. 

Bertone. A moiety of the manor (extent given with names of tenants) 
held of the kiog in chief by service of a moiety of a knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 34 on the feast of St. Edward the King, in the year 
abovesaid. 

Dorset. Inq. made at Sturmenistre Marshall, 23 Feb. 34 Edw, I. 

Niweton. The manor (extent given) held of Ralph de Gorges in socage, 
rendering U. yearly ; the rent of three free tenants held of Henry de 



EDWARD I, 245 



Lacy, earl of Lincoln, by service of lib. pepper ; a close called 
Burlebury held of the aforesaid Ralph by the service abovesaid, 
containing 12a. arable, a pasture and 2 cottars ; and he rendered 
yearly 12 barbed arrows worth 6d. to the said earl for remitting the 
suit at Caneford of his tenants of Bulrebury ; and at Niweton there 
is a water-mill which Richard le Brid holds for life, rendering 60s. 
yearly. 

Heir as above, aged 24 and more. 

C. Edw. I. File 122. (7.) 

375. John son of William de Cbaystok, alias de Gbeistok, de Greystoke. 

Writ of flenius certiorari, whereas the kiag lately granted hcence to 
the said John son of William, deceased, to enfeoff Ralph son of 
William of the manor and barony of Craystok, of the manors 
of Dufton and Ulghham and his whole pourparty of the manor of 
Morpath, and the manors of Crostthwayt in Tesdale and Conesclive, 
together with the advowsons of the churches thereto pertaining, 
to hold to him and his heirs of the king and other chief lords by 
the services accustomed, and by a fine levied between the -said 
Ralph and John in the king's court, it appears that the said John 
acknowledged the same to be the right of the said Ralph who granted 
them to the said John for life with reversion to the said Ralph and 
his heirs, and now on behalf of the said Ralph the king understands 
that the escheator has taken the same into the king's hand by reason 
of the said John's death, as if he held of the king in chief on the 
day of his death, the escheator is commanded to enquire whether 
the said John held for life of the said Ralph or otherwise &c. 
18 Sept. 34 Edw. I. 
Cumberland. Inq. made at Craystok on Saturday after the octave of 
St. Michael, 34 Edw. I. 

The said John gave the manor and barony of Craystok with the 
advowson of the church with the king's licence to the said Ralph 
as abovesaid, who granted the same to him for life with reversion 
to himself and his heirs, to hold by fealty and U. for comage yearly, 
and he thus held the same on the day he died. The said Ralph held 
the same of the king in chief by homage and the U. cornage afore- 
said to be rendered to the sheriff to the king's use. The reversion 
pertains to the said Ralph and his heirs and to no other ; except 
the lan4 of Eskeheved, worth 41., which John de Boyngton held of the 
said John de Craystok by service of Id. yearly before the gift made to 
the said Ralph, and it was afterwards taken into the king's hand 
by the escheator because John de Boyngton was enfeoffed thereof 
by John de Craystok who held of the king in chief. Afterwards 
the said land was restored t® John de Boyngton by the king's charter 
to hold of the king in chief. John de Craystok afterwards acquired 
the said land of Eskeheved in demesne to hold to him and William 
de Craystok his brother and the heirs of the body of the said WilMam, 
with remainder to Margaret de la Wale [alias de la Vale], their sister, 
and her heirs, to hold of the king in chief by the service due. 

Westmoreland. Inq. made at Appelby on Sunday before St. Wilfrid, 
34 Edw. I. 



246 INQUISITIONS. 



The said John gave the manor of Dufton with the advowson 
of the church to the said Ralph, and received back the same for 
life &c. as abovesaid. The said Ralph held the manor &c. of Idonea 
de Leybimi one of the heirs of Robert de Veteri Ponte by comage 
accori&ig to the custom of Westmoreland ; and by the death of 
the said John the reversion pertains to the said Ralph and his heirs, 
and to no other. 

YoBK. Inq. made at Rychm(ond) on Tuesday before St. Wilfrid, 34 Edw. I. 
The said John gave his manor of Crostwait in Tesdale to the said 
Ralph, and received back the same for life &c. as abovesaid. The 
said Ralph held the manor of Henry son of Hugh by the free service 
of 2s. yearly, and the reversion pertains to him and his heirs, and 
to no other. 

NoETHUMBEELAND. Inq. Wednesday after St. Michael, 34 Edw. I. 

The said John gave his manor of Ulgham with his whole pourparty 
of the manor of Morpath together with the advowsons of the churches 
of the manor of Morpath, to the said Ralph, and received back 
the same for life &c. as abovesaid. The said Ralph held the manor 
and pourparty aforesaid of the king in chief and his heirs by service 
of 2 knights' fees, and by the death of the said John the reversion 
pertains to the said Ralph and his heirs, and to no other. 

NoETHUMBBELAND. Inq. made at Morpath on Wednesday after St. Michael, 

34 Edw. I. 

The said John gave his manor of Conescliff with the advowson 
of the church, with the licence of the king and the bishop of Durham, 
to the said Ralph, and received . back the same for life &c. as 
abovesaid, with remainder to William his brother for life, and reversion 
of the capital messuage and a third part of the manor with the 
advowson to the said Ralph and his heirs, and of two parts of the 
manor to Margaret, sister of the said John and William, for her life, 
and afterwards to the said Ralph and his heirs. The said Ralph held 
the same of the bishop of Durham and his successors ... by 
service of a knight's fee ; and the reversion of the said messuage and 
the third of the manor, by the deaths of the said John and William, 
pertains to the said Ralph and his heirs, and the reversion of the 
said two parts will pertain to them by the death [of the said* 
Margaret], and to no other. 

Writ to the escheator to enquire whether WiUiam, brqther of the said 
John son of William, mentioned in the above inquisition made at 
Craystok, died without heir of his body or not, 12 Jan. 35 Edw. I. 
Cttmbeeland. Inq. taken at Carlisle on Saturday after St. Matthew, 

35 Edw. I. 

The said William died without heir of his body. 

C. Edw. I. File 122. (8.) 

376. ROBEET DE BtTEQHBESH oHos DB BOEGHAESSCHB, DE BOBQHABSSE. 

Writ, 8 Oct. 34 Edw. I. 
Kent. Irtq. 29 Oct. 34 Edw. I. 

Sifflatone. The manor (extent given) held of the earl of Gloucester 
for I knight's fee. 



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Stephen his son, aged 23 and mpre, is his next heir, and was married 
in his father's Ufetime. 

Kent. Inq. 28 Oct. 34 Edw. I. 

Chidinggestone. The manor (extent given), including a fishery, held 
in gavelkind of John de Ifeld and his parceners by service of 8s. 
yearly. 

Heir as above. 

Kent. Inq. 25 Oct. 34 Edw. I. 

Bocton Oloulf. Two parts of the manor (extent given), including 13s. 4d, 
from ' auesinghale ' and ' schewinghale,' held of the king in chief 
pertaining to the honour of Boulogne, for two parts of a knight's 
fee, and doing suit at the kiag's court at Whitham, co. Essex, every 
month. 

Heir as above. 

Kent. Inq. 24 Oct. 34 Edw. I. 

Stutingge aliaa Stutygge. The manor (extent given) held of the 
archbishop of Canterbury in chief for a kinght's fee. 

Heir as above. 

Sussex. Inq. ^ Nov. 34 Edw. I. 

Burghersh. The manor (extent given), held of the heir ^of John de 

Britannia late earl of Riohemond now in the king's wardship, by 

service of \ knight's fee. 
Dodewell. A tenement called Dodewell, containing \a. meadow, a 

little wood, and 56a. arable, held of the abbot of Robertsbridge 

by service of rendering 25s. yearly. 
Wolveslond. A tenement called Wolveslond, containing 10a. land 

lying imcultivated, and 3 free tenants rendering 2s. 8d. yearly, 

held of the master of the hospital of St. John, Polyng, by service 

of rendering 2s. yearly. 
(Unspecified.) 4a. meadow and 22a. arable, held of William de Hastinge 
. by service of rendering \lb. cummin at Christmas. 

Heir as above aged 24 and more. 

C. Edw. I. File 122. (9.) 

377. Richard Talebot alias Tallebot, Talbot, Thalebot. 

Writ, 3 Sept. 34 Edw. I. 
Hereford. Inq. Sunday after St. Matthew, 34 Edw. I {defective). . 

Eckeluswalle. The manor with its members of Weston, Ruford, L3mton, 

Walton and Cotton (extents given), held of the king in chief by 

service of a knight's fee. 
Cradenhulle. The manor (extent given), including a park with deer, 

held of Roger de Chandos by service of | knight's fee. 

Gilbert his son, aged 29 on the feast of St. Luke last, is his next 
heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 122. (10.) 



248 INQUISITIONS. 



378. EoBEBT DE ScHBiyroN alias de Shblton. 

Writ; [*25 Aug. 34 Edw. I.] {missing). 
SuTFOLK ; HtWDRED OF BABEB&H. Inq. taken at Hennowe, 19 Sept. 
34 Edw. I. 
Brendilleye. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief, as 
of the honour of Helyun (Elimm) now in the king's hand, by service 
of 3 knights' fees. 
John his son is his next heir, and of full age. 

Norfolk. Inq. 23 Sept. 34 Edw. I. 

Shelton. The manor (extent given) held jointly with Isabel his wife, 
by the enfeoflfment of WiUiam parson of the church of Wytham 
to hold to them and the heirs of the said Robert, by fine levied 
in the king's court, of the heirs of Robert de Tatesshal by service 
of i knight's fee ; and they continued their seisin imtil the death 
of the said Robert. 

Bedyngham. A capital messuage, 126a. arable, i^a. meadow, a httle 
grove, 20s. rents of freemen and customers, rents of fowls and eggs, 
works, and pleas &c. of court, held jointly with Isabel his wife and 
Robert their son for their Uves, by the enfeoffment of Walter de 
Ditton, of the heirs of Robert de Tatesshal by service of a moiety 
of a knight's fee ; and they jointly continued their seisin. 

Osemundeston. The manor (extent given) held with Isabel his wife 
(and) Thomas and Henry their sons for their lives, by a fine levied 
in the king's court, of the heirs of Robert de Tatesshal by service 
of i knight's fee ; and they jointly continued their seisin until the 
death of the said Robert. 

He held nothing of the king in chief in the coimty. 

Heir as above, aged 26 and more. 

C.Edw.I. File 122. (11.) 

379. Alan Bloyou aiias Bloighotj. 

Writ, 22 Nov. 34 Edw. I. 
Cornwall. Extent, 20 Dec. 34 Edw. I. 

Polrode. The manor (extent given), including a water-mill called 

Kenystesmylle, held of the Mng in chief by service of a knight's fee. 
Trelewyeck. The hamlet (extent given) held of the king in chief by 

the service aforesaid. 
Hentreganteck. 2s. rent held of Robert Tony in chief by socage. 
Tregonwithen. 5s. rent from John de Tregonweithen his free tenant, 

held of the prior of Bodmin by socage. 

Ralph his son, aged 5 and more, is his next heir. 

Cornwall. Extent, 18 Dec. 34 Edw. I. 

Tregewal. The manor, a member of the manor of Polrode (extent given), 

held of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee. 
Rosevynny. The hamlet, containing 14 tenants by covenant (conven- 
cionarii) rendering 105s. 4d. yearly, held of Thomas le Arcediakne 
in socage by service of 8d. yearly. 

Heir as above. 

* See Calendar of Fine RoUs, p. 541. 



EDWARD I. 249 



Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 8 Feb. 34 Edw. I. 
Cornwall. Inq. made at -Tregewal, 27 Feb. 34 Edw. I. 
Lower Brevannek. ^ knight's fee. 
Upper Brevannek. ^ knight's fee. 
Treganvran. -^ knight's fee. 
Trevornen. jV knight's fee. 
Rospegh. ^ Jmight's fee. 
Trevabon GifEard. ^ knight's fee. 
Trevabon Larcediakne. ^ knight's fee. 
Little Trewarmene. J knight's fee and ^ knight's fee. 
Tregrethes. | knight's fee. 

Karly, Trenansveor (?) and Treyonnou. 1 knight's fee. 
Delyamur and Niwalle. 1 knight's fee. 
Tremer. 1 knight's fee. 
Dounant Chapel. ^ knight's fee. 
Trewythred. ^ knight's fee. 
Polschech. ^ knight's fee. 
Tresiryek (?). ^ knight's fee. 
Kerthyn. J knight's fee. 
Tresodom. ^ knight's fee. 

AD held by the said Allen. 
St- Ludvon by St. Michael's Mount. The advowson of the church. 

CoKNWALL. Assignment of dower of knight's fees and advowsons of churches 
made to Joan late the wife of the said Alan, 3 July, 34 Edw. I. 
Trevornen (?). ^ knight's fee. 
Rospegh. ^ knight's fee. 
Trevabon GifEard. -^ knight's fee. 
Trevabon Larcediakne. ^ knight's fee. 
Delyamur and Niwalle. 1 knight's fee. 
Dounant Chapel. 1 knight's fee. 
Trewithred. ^ knight's fee. 

Ludvon by St. Michael's Mount. A third part of the advowson of the 
church. 

C. Edw. I. File 122. (12.) 

380. HuaH DE Bttsshy alias de Bttssyb, db Bttssey, de Bttssy, de Btjssi. 

Writ, 6 March, 34 Edw. I. 
Nottingham. Inq. Wednesday before Easter, 34 Edw. I. 

Balderton. The manor (extent given with names of tenants) held of 
the bishop of Lincoln in chief by service of a knight's fee. 

John his son, aged 24 and more, is his next heir. 

Nottingham. Inq. Thursday before Easter, 34 Edw. I. 

Wyggesley. The manor (extent given), including 6 villeins (named) in 
Spaldeford, held of the bishop of Lincoln by service of a knight's fee. 

Heir as above. 

Leicester. Inq. made at Leicester on Wednesday after Palm Sunday, 
34 Edw. I. 
Evyngton. 26s. 8d. yearly rent and lib. cummin held of Master William 
de Boys by homage and relief, whereof Walter de Evynton holds 



250 INQUISITIONS. 



a bovate of land rendering a mark yearly, Roger Kyng holds a 
messuage and a bovate of land rendering a mark yearly, and Walter de 
Evyngton holds a messuage rendering IS), cummin at the feast of 
St. Michael. 
Heir as above. 

Lincoln. Inq. Friday the feast of the Annunciation, 34 Edw. I. 

Haal, Dembelby, Ingoldeby, Hasseby, Willughby by Lafford, Shelding- 

thorp, and Fenton by Basingham. 2 knights' fees held of the 

king, as of the fee of Gaunt now in the king's hand. 
Osgoteby by Kinyerbie. A moiety of yj^j knight's fee held of the king, 

as of the honour of Albemarle now in the king's hand. 
Hagham. A manor (extent given) held of the bishop of Lincoln in 

chief by knight's service. 
Osbemeby. 6Z. rent from free tenants held of William de Mortimer 

in chief by service | knight's fee ; which rent pertains to the manor 

abovesaid. 

Heir as above. 

C. Edw. I. File 123. (L) 

381. Hugh de Clopton. 

Writ, 20 March, 34 Edw. I. 
CAMBErDOB. Inq. 28 April, 34 Edw. I. 

Bassingbum. A manor (extent given) held of the king in chief, as of 
the honour of Boulogne, by service of J knight's fee. 

Clopton. A messuage, 80a. land and la. meadow, held of William de 
Berford by service of 13s. 4d. yearly ; a moiety of a messuage, 
45a. land, 3a. meadow, and a free tenant paying 45s. yearly, held 
of the abbot of Lesenes by service of 50s. yearly ; and the other 
moiety of the said messuage, 60a. arable, la. meadow, and 40s. Ijd. 
rent, held of Nicholas de Cheny by service of J knight's fee, and 
rendering 60s. yearly. 

Est Hattele. 24a. land held of Eleanor de Trayly by service of J knight's 
fee. 

He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

Maud daughter of William le Taylour, his kinswoman, aged 8, is his 
next heir. 

C. Echo. I. File 123. (2.) 

382. John de London. 

Writ, 3 April, 34 Edw. I. 
Oxford. Inq. 8 June, 34 Edw. I. 

Aldebur(y). The manor (extent given) is held of Henry le Tyeys for J 
knight's fee, doing scutage when it happens, and suit at the king's 
hundred of Bolenden every three weeks. But the said John held 
no lands &c. in fee &c. in the coimty on the day he died, for one 
Peter Foliot granted the said manor to him by fine levied in the 
king's court to hold of the chief lords &c. and he granted the same 
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to John le Despenser his .nephew(?) {nepoti), to hold to him and 
his heirs for ever, who is still ia seisin. 
The said John le Despenser, aged 36 and more, is his next heir. 

Berks. Inq. 10 June, 34 Edw. I. 

Knyghtelynton. The manor (extent given) held of Alexander de Ho 
for I knight's fee, doiag scutage when it shall happen, was at one 
time held by the said John, of his own acquisition of the gift of 
Richard de Coleworth, but he demised the same to one Peter Foliot 
and Agnes his wife, for their lives, who long after demised the estate 
they had therein to one John le Despenser, nephew of John de London, 
and the said John de London, with the assent of the said Peter and 
Agnes, quit claimed his right therein to the said John le Despenser 
and his heirs for ever, who is stiU in seisin. 

Heir as above. 

Old Wyndesor and New Wyndesor. Long before his death the said 
John granted all his lands which he acquired of divers men there 
to Sir Edward, prince of Wales, viz. — 126a. arable of arrented purpres- 
tures in the forest of Wyndesore held of the king, which render at the 
exchequer at 6d. per acre yearly ; and the said prince re-feoffed 
the said John of all the lands &c. aforesaid for life, with remainder 
to himself and his heirs. And so the said John held nothing as of 
fee &c. on the day he died. 

Memorandum by the escheator ... he held . . . also the manor 
of Bladene, co. Oxford, for life of the king's inheritance. 

C. Edw. I. File 123. (3.) 

383. RoBEBT DE Bbakenebebgh alias de Bbaeenbeboh. 

Writ, 22 Jan. 34 Edw. I. 
LrNCOUsr. Inq. made at Lincoln, 5 March, 34 Edw. I. 

Glentham. A capital messuage &c., a windmill, 6 bovates of arable 
land, free tenants rendering 76s. yearly, a market, and pleas &c. 
of court, held of Joan Wake in chief by service of ^ knight's fee. 

John his son, aged 9|, is his next heir. 

Lincoln. Inq. made at Graham, 7 May, 34 Edw. I. 

Birton. A capital messuage &c., a windmill, 8 bovates of arable land, 
10a. meadow, 20a. several pasture, vmderwood, a free tenant, 
rendering 81. yearly, another rendering 2s., customers rendering 91. 
yearly, and cottars 3s., held of Edmund Deyncurt in chief by service 
of I Imight's fee ; 40a. arable, 20a. meadow, and 6a. underwood, 
held of the same Edmund in chief by service of | knight's fee ; and 
a capital messuage, 100a. arable, 8a. several pasture, and pleas &c. 
of court, held of William Dive by service of rendering 2s. 6d. yearly. 

Heir as above. 

Lincoln. Inq. made at Lincoln, 5 March, 34 Edw. I. 

Kelsteme. Two bovates of arable land containing 40a., held of; Maud 
late the wife of Elias Rabayn, whom Peter Malorre married, by 
service of JK». cummin yearly, which service the said Elias and 
Maud, remitted to. the said Rpbert for ever ; and a capital messuage. 



252 INQUISITIONS. 



80a. arable, free tenants rendering 69s. Sd., and 4 tenants in 
villenage holding 4 bovates of land, held jointly with Joan his wife, 
who survives, in free marriage, of the gift &c. of the said Elias and 
Maud, who survives, of the said Maud, by no service. 

Brakenbergh. A capital messuage, a windmill, 320a. arable, cottars 
rendering 10s., and 8 customers holding 8 bovates of land and 
rendering U. yearly, held of William de Hayling, knight, in chief, by 
service of a knight's fee. 

Folmethorp pertaining to the manor of Brakenbergh. Two bovates of 
arable land held of Philip de Kym by foreign service. 

(Unspecified.) A water-miU held of the abbot of Louth Park without 
service. 

Saltfletby. lOOs. yearly rent from certaia tenants, held of the heir of 
the coxmt of Brittany, a minor and in the king's wardship, by service 
of 9s. yearly. 

Wykham. A capital messuage and a bovate of arable land containing 
20a., held of William son of Suspirius in chief, service unknown ; 
a bovate of land held of the prior of Sixill by service of a mark yearly ; 
and 4 bovates of arable land, each containing 20a., held of William 
son of Bfichard de Hemmingby, service unspecified. 

Heir as above. 

C. Edw. I. File 123. (4.) 

384. Walter de Urtiaco. 

Writ, 28 Dec. 34 Edw. I. 
Somerset. iTiq. taken at Montacute, 7 Jan. 34 Edw. I. 

Barynton manor. 10a. meadow held of the heir of Elias de Albiniaco, 
a minor and in the king's wardship, by service of 2s. yearly. 

North Perret. A messuage, 32a. land, and 4a. meadow, held jointly 
with Maud his wife, of their OAum acquirement from Matthew le Frye, 
to hold to them and the heirs of the said Maud of Henry de Urtiaco, 
chief lord of that fee, service unspecified ; and a virgate of land 
held jointly as above of their own acquisition from Maud la Erie, 
to them and the heirs of the said Maud (de Urtiaco), of Walter de 
Romesi by service of a rose yearly ; and the said Maud continued 
jointly in seisin until the said Walter's death. 

EsthemeshuUe and WesthemeshuUe. Three messuages, 170a. land, 10a. 
meadow, and lis. rent, held jointly as above, of their own acquire- 
ment from PhUip le Ware, to hold to them and the heirs of the said 
Walter, of Cecily de Bello Gampo by service of J knight's fee, and 
the said Maud continued in seisin &c. as above. 

Swelle and North Perret. The manors (extents given) held to him and 
the heirs of his body of Henry de Urtiaco, lord of Coryryvel, by 
service of 4d. yearly, viz.— 2d. for Swelle and 2d. for Perrett. 
Henry his son, aged 25 and more, is his next heir. 

Berks. Inq. 25 Jan. 34 Edw. I. 

Suthcote. Six hides of land, held jointly with Maud his wife who survives, 
by the gift &c. of John de Aire to them and their issue, of the abbot 
of Abindon by service of a knight's fee, doing scutage when it shall 
hajapem, and to the same abbot 20s. Qd. yearly for the guard of the 



EDWARD I. 253 



castle of Wynlesore, and 3 bus. of com for ohurchscot (cherchetto) ; 
and there is there a freeman named John de la Hyde, who holds a 
hide of land of them by service of } knight's fee doing to them 
scutage only when it shall happen, and 14 villeins holding the said 
6 hides rendering 100s. yearly. 

Heir as above, aged 30. 

C. Edw. I. File 123. (5.) 

386. John de Cbokedayk alias del Gbokedaik. 

Writ, 25 Nov. 34 Edw. I. 
Cumberland. Inq. made at Carlisle on Wednesday the morrow of the 
Conversion of St. Paul, 34 Edw. I (faded). 
Glassameby. The manor (extent given with names of tenants) held of the 
king in chief by homage and 20s. comage to the sheriff for the king's 
use ; and he rendered 13s. 4ci. yearly rent to the prioress of 
Ermitthwait, and 3s. yearly to the prior of St. Mary's, Carlisle. 
Gamelesby by Ayketon. The hamlet (extent given with names of 
tenants), including a messuage and la. land held by WiUiam de 
Dronnok, a free tenant, in Routheclif rendering 4s. yearly, held of 
the king in chief by homage, and 7s. 6fd!. comage to the sheriff 
for the king's use. 

And he enfeoffed Henry son of William de Bothil of aU the 
following : — 
Aldritskow. A messuage and 40a. land, held of William de 

Mulcastre. 
Le Crokedaik. The hamlet held of Hugh de Brunfeld. 
Le Gyll containing 67a. land, held of Ranulph de Osmunderlaw 

and Thomas del Lathes. 
Brimfeld. Six messuages and 41|a. land held of Hugh de Brunfeld. 
Blencoghow. Two bovates of land held of John le Blunt. 
Langrigg. 2(?)a. land held of William Lister. 
Bolton, la. land held of Adam le Mareschale. 
Cringledik. Two messuages and 51a. land, held of Walter de 

Kirkebride. 
Hedresford. Four messuages and 25 bovates of land, held of 

Ranulph de Colevill. 
Crofton. A messuage and 18(?)a. land held of John, de Crofton. 
Craystok. A messuage and 60a. land held of John de Craystok. 
Soureby. Four messuages and 60a. land held of Sir Anthony Bek. 
Northeston. Eight messuages and 160a. land, held of [the 

heir ?] of John Wake, burned by the Scots and now rendering 

nothing. 
Graynehowe. Two messuages and 80a. land, which used to render 

25s. before the burning and now nothing. 
Levenholme. 24s. yearly rent. 
Le Langholme in the forest of Englewode. Eight messuages and 

40a., held of the king (as ?) pourpresture, rendering 20s. 

yearly at the king's exchequer of Carlisle. 
Carlisle. A messuage in the suburb, burned and now rendering 

nothing. 
Raghton, 20s. yearly from the mill which is held of 



254 INQUISITIONS. 



And the same Henry, son of William de Bothil, afterwards re- 
enfeoffed the said John and Margaret his wife [of all] the tenements 
aforesaid to hold to them and the heirs of their bodies, with reversion 

to 

The jurors understand by the relation of trustworthy men that the 
said Margaret will be next heir of the said John if she is living, and if 
not, then Alexander brother of the same John, aged 22 and more. 

C. Edw. I. File 123. (6.) 

386. Thomas Pevebel of Maunsbrugg. 

Writ, 26 Dec. 34 Edw. I. 
Southampton. Inq. 9 Jan. 34 Edw. I. 

Manesbrigg. A capital messuage &c. containing 2a., 18a. arable, 
3a. meadow, a fishery, 20a. great oak wood lying in common, 5 free 
tenants (named, including Andrew Peverel), rendering 30s. yearly, 
2 customers (named), a pasture at Pokelye, and 2s. perquisites of 
courts, held of the king in chief by service of 20s. yearly rent at the 
castle of Winchester. 

Ghelewrthe. A grange, oxhouse, la. of garden, 30a. arable, 30a. pasture, 
30a. great wood, a plot of heath, and 11 customers (extent of rents 
and works given), held of Robert de Hauvile by service of 5s. yearly. 

Aldiaton. A hall, grange, oxhouse, 2a. garden, 30a. arable, 10a. pasture, 
3a. meadow, ^. underwood, and 6 free tenants rendering 26s. 5d. 
yearly, held of William de Rolveston by service of J knight's fee, 
5s. yearly rent, and 10s. yearlyrent to Robert de Helyon; and 16a. 
arable held of Robert le Martyr by service of 5s. 6d. rent. 

Wollop. Two customers rendering 9s. yearly. 

Rumesey. 9s. yearly rent from 9 yearly tenants. 
He held no other lands in the bailiwick. 

William, son of Henry Peverel who was son and heir of the said 
Thomas, aged 18 on the feast of St. Michael, 33 Edw. I, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 123 (7.) 

387. Ralph son of Bernard alias Fiz Bernard. 

Writ, 10 Sept. 34 Edw. I. 
Buckingham. Inq. made at Aston Bernard, 9 Oct. 34 Edw. I. 

Ihnere. The manor with Aston, a member of the same, (very full extent 
given with names of tenants) held of the king in chief by service of 
being marshal of the king's hawks or finding another in his place 
to execute the said office. 

Thomas son of John son of Bernard, aged 18 and more, is his next 
heir. 

Hertford. Inq. made at Watford on Saturday after the octave of 

St. Michael, 34 Edw. I. 

Great Byssheie. A capital messuage, 120a. arable, 3a. meadow, 10a. 

wood and 14s. assised rent, held of the earl of Hereford by service 

of ^ knight's fee and doing one suit yearly at the feast of St. Michael 



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at Hertford, and one suit yearly after Easter in London at Blanche 
(Album) Appelton. 

Thomas son of John son of Ralph Fiz Bernard, aged 18, is next heir 
of the same Ralph. 

Kent. Inq. 3 Nov. 34 Edw. I. 

Sybbetone. The manor (extent given) together with the advowson 
of the church of Old Romenhale, held of the archbishop of Canterbury 
for a knight's fee, doing suit at the archbishop's court every three 
weeks ; and 11a. arable in the manor held in gavelkind of the said 
archbishop by service of 2s. yearly and suit at his court of Lymmynge 
every three weeks. 

Thomas son of John le fiz Bernard, aged 18 and more, is his next 
heir. 

Kewt. iTiq. 4 Nov. 34 Edw. I. 

Tonge. He at one time held the manor (extent given) in his demesne 
as of fee, but afterwards enfeoffed- Edmund son of Bernard of the 
same, to hold to him and his heirs, who granted the same to him 
by fine levied in the king's court, to hold for his life with remainder 
to Thomas son of John son of Bernard and Bona his wife and the 
heirs of the same Thomas ; whereof the capital messuage, 221|a. 
arable, 4a. meadow, 16a. wood, 3 water-mills, and 102s. 6jd. rents 
&c. are held of John de Sancto Johanne by service of 4 knights' 
fees, and rendering 20s. yearly for him for the guard of the castle 
of Dover every twenty-four weeks ; 60| a. \r. arable and 18a. pasture 
are held of the king ia chief in gavelkind, as of the hundred of 
Middeltone now in the queen's hand, by service of 18s. 2d. yearly ; 
10a. land are held of Thomas le Kek by service of id. yearly ; and 
5a. land are held of John de Lolleshere by service of Id. yearly ; 
and the said RalpK and Agatha his wife, who survives, were enfeoffed 
of 41s. yearly rent, of the gift of Robert le Norreys, to hold to them 
and the heirs of the said Ralph of the aforesaid John de Sancto 
Johanne, the chief lord of that fee, by service of ^d. yearly. 

Heir as last above, his grandson (nepos). 

Kent. Inq. 3 Nov. 34 Edw. I. 

Kyngesdoune. The manor (extent given), including a field called 
Mochelfeld, held of the king in chief by service of | knight's fee ; 
and certain tenements, viz. — Dembr', Bromfled and Swyftesgrof 
(extent given) held jointly with Agatha his wife, who survives, of 
Simon son of WiUiam de Botayles by service of 2d. yearly and doing 
suit at the court of the manor of Kyngesdoune for the said Simon 
every three weeks, by the gift of the said William. 

Thomas son of John le Fyz Bernard, aged 18 and more, is his next 
heir. 

Extent or summary of such of the manors &c. abovesaid as were taken 
into the king's hand. 

C. Wdw. J. File 123. (8.) 



258 INQUISITIONS. 



388. JOHK DE CoLTTMBABnS olias DE COLUMBEBS. 

Writ, 20 Oct. 34 Edw. I. 
Berks. Inq. 9 Nov. 34 Edw. I (defective). 

Shagwe. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants) held of 
the king in chief by service of | knight's fee. 

Fhilip his son, aged . . . more, is his next heir. 

Somerset. Inq. made at Brugewauter, 11 Nov. 34 Edw. I. 

Staweye. The manor (extent given with names of free tenants), including 
rents of 4 wydecoliies or 2d., and 10 burgesses each holding 2 burgages 
and 6 burgesses each holding 1 burgage, held of the Mng in chief 
by barony, doing the service of 2 knights' fees. 

Puritone. An oxhouse, 136a. arable, 52a. meadow, 10s. 9d. rents of 
free tenants (named), rents &c. of 10 customers, 2 cottars and 8 
burgesses, and pleas &c. of court, held of the king in chief pertaining 
to the barony aforesaid. 

Wullavyngtone. A capital messuage &c., 123a. arable, 68a. meadow, 
21s. 5|d. rents of free tenants (named), and rents &c. of customers 
and cottars, held of the abbot of Glastonbury by service of a knight's 
fee. 

Honibere. A capital messuage &c., 159a. arable, 24^a. meadow, a wood, 
5s. 6d. rent from free tenants (named), 16 customers and 3 cottars, 
held of the heir of Robert Wakand, an idiot in the king's wardship, 
as of the manor of Stoke Curcy in free socage by service of 20s. 
yearly. 

Heir as above, aged 24 and more. 

C. Edw. I. File 123. (9.) 

389. Thomas de Ifeld alias de Ifeud. 

Writ to Humphrey de Waledon, guardian of the temporalities of the arch- 
bishopric of Canterbury, now in the king's hand, 6 Oct. 34 Edw. I. 
[Kent.] Inq. made at Ifeld, 16 Oct. 34 Edw. I. 

Ifeud. A capital messuage &c., 297a. arable, 5a. Ir. salt meadow, 
6a. Ir. several pasture, 19a. Ir. wood, and a windmill, held of the 
archbishopric aforesaid in chief by service of J knight's fee, and 
there are due yearly to the heirs of William de Ifeud of Ston' 7 marks, 
and at the manor of Northflete 72s. l|d. 

Richard his son, aged 17 on 28 May last, is his next heir. 

And he held in gavelkind of the archbishopric aforesaid 64a., 
l^a. meadow, 9s. 3d. rent, and rent of fowls, eggs and a plowshare, 
from whence there are due 18s. M. yearly rent at the manor of 
Northflete, and the reaping of la. ^. and 1 daywerk of barley or 
twice as much wheat. 

The aforesaid Richard and his brothers, Thomas aged 16 at the feast 
of St. Michael last, and John aged 13 on Friday after the Purification 
last, are his next heirs of the said gavelkind tenements. 

C. Edu). I. File 123. (10.) 



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390. Jordan db Kyngeston. 

Writ, 26 Dec. 34 Edw. I. 
Southampton ; Isle of Wight. Inq. made at Niwport, 9 Feb. 34 Edw. I. 
Kyngeston; Two parts of the manor (extent given with names of free 

tenants) held of the king in chief by service of \ knight's fee, as of 

the honour of the castle of Karesbrok. 
Lescelonde. 13a. land, la. meadow, 20a. pasture, rents of 4 free 

tenants (named), and a grange, held of the king in chief, as of the 

manor of Wytefeld now in the king's hand, which manor Lady Mary 

the king's daughter, a nun of Ambersbury, holds for life in free socage 

and by service of Id. yearly ; and a hall, oxhouse, 27a. arable, 

40a. pasture, and 2 free tenants (named), held of John de Insula 

by service of \ knight's fee. 
Premsfloude. lib. cummin rent held of John de Insula by service 

of J knight's fee. 
Estapelereford. 2s. yearly rent held of the same John in free socage, 

issuing from 3 plots and 3a. land which Alice Kulle holds. 
La Schierde. 30a. land and 3 free tenants (named), whereof Walter Gilbert 

-holds 40a. land in Cheleton rendering 2d. yearly, held of William 

Russel by service of \ knight's fee. 
Presford. 12a. arable and 4 cottars (named) held of Ralph Coskevile 

by service of -^^ knight's fee. 
Wyppingham. A cottage and l\a. land held of the prior of Barton 

in the said island by service of %d. yearly rent. 
Buttebrigge. 2s. rent from 3a. land which William le Whyte holds, 

held of Henry de Buttebrigge, rendering &d. yearly. 
Westmore. 23s. Id. rent (tenants named) held of Baldwin de Insula 

by service of -^ knight's fee. 
Northschorewell; 1 mark rent (tenants named) held of the abbess of 

Lacok in free socage by service of Id. yearly. 

John his son, aged 19 weeks on the feast of the Epiphany, 34 Edw. I, 
is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 123. (11.) 

391 . Robert son and heir of Robert de Tateshale alias de Tatesale, 

DB ThATBSSHAL. 

Writ to Richard Oysel, escheator, to enquire concerning the lands &c. 
of the said Robert who died under age, 30 Jan. 34 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. . . June, 34 Edw. I. 

Hundmanby. The manor (full extent given with names of free tenants), 
including a messuage outside the town called ' le Bokyn,' a fishpond 
(stagnum), a market every Wednesday, two parts of 2 bovates of land 
which are the lord's escheat by the death of Walter de Louthorp who 
held for life, \ knight's fee in Marton held by John de Marton by 
service of doing suit of court &c., a pasture called Erleseng with 
Castelgarth held by Robert de Boynton, and 14s. for a moiety 
of the toll on buying and selling fish and victuals at Fiuele 
because Richard de Malebys has the other moiety, held of the 
king in chief in barony, by service of doing suit at aU the coimty 
(courts) of York yearly, and at the ' thrs^thyng ' of Craikhou and at 
the wapentake of Dykeryng once a year. 



258 INQUISITIONS. 



Thomas son of Adam de Caylly, aged 24 and more, Joan de Dryby, 
aged 30 and more, and Isabel the wife of John de Orreby, aged 29 and 
more, are his next heirs. 

Similar imii to Walter de Gloucester, escheator, 30 Jan. 34 Edw. I. 
Leicestee. Inq. 1 Jime, 34 Edw. I. 

HoleweU. 25s. yearly rent of freemen (named), 60s. 4d. &c. rent of villeins 

(named), works &c. 
Kettelby. 66s. lOd. yearly rent of freemen (named), 54s. l\d. rent of 
villeins (named), 6s. 6.d!. rent of cottars, works &c. and pleas &c. of 
court. 

AU held of Richard Basset of Weldon by service of \ knight's fee. 

Heirs as above, Thomas aged 24, Joan aged 40, and Isabel aged 38. 

Norfolk. Inq. made at Swafham, 25 May, 34 Edw. I {defaced). 

Bukenham(?). The manor (extent given), including a castle with a 
fortalice {forceletto) and a little park, lOa. turbary in Swanegeye, 
windmills called Ryngerose, Shiremanesmill, Pannegrynd, and 
the earl's miU, markets at New Bukenham on Saturdays and at 
Atleburgh on Thursdays, a fair at the feast of St. Martin(?) at 
New Biienham, a fishery by the castle, and customs called ' bosage * 
and ' mershsilver.' 

Attleburgh. A moiety of a messuage &c. and of 60a. arable, 20a. meadow 
and a windmill, which were of William de Fossato, from which 
Alexander Oldman receives 13s. id. yearly for life ; and a moiety of 
a messuage, and of 24a. arable and 6a. wood, which were of Nicholas 
de Burgo, from which the lady of Livermere receives 7s. lOd. yearly 
for life ; and Beatrice late the wife of the said Nicholas holds the 
other moiety in dower. 

AU held of the king in chief as of the crown of England by service 
of being butler {pincerne). 

Tybenham. The manor (extent given) pertaining to the barony of 
Tateshal which is held of the king in chief, service unknown ; from 
which Walter de Bermynham receives 100s. yearly for life of the 
gift of Robert de Tateshal father of the aforesaid Robert. 

Frethebrigg. The hundred, including 20s. rent from certain houses, 
with a fourth part of the tolbooth of Lenn, including a custom 
called 'luscop'(?) and houses called Erleshuses, (extents given), held 
of the king in chief by service of 6s. 8d. blanchfarm yearly. 

Heirs as above, Thomas de CaylU, son of Emma sister of Robert de 
Tateshale grandfather of the deceased, aged 22 and more, Joan de Dry hi 
another sister, aged 50 and more, and Isabel the third sister, aged 40 
and more. 



to the escheator to enquire from what tenants in the manors &c. 
of Bukenham and Tybenham, co. Norfolk, and Tateshale, Kirkeby, 
Boston and Croft, co. Lincoln, and from what houses in the hundred 
of Frethebrigge, the rents &c., mentioned in his inquisitions are 
received &c., that the king may make partition amongst the heirs, 
2 July, 34 Edw. I. 
Norfolk. Inq. made at Lirliggeforth, 23 July, 34 Edw. I. 

Bokenham manor. Very fuU extent of tenancies, rents and works, with 
names of tenants. 



EDWARD I. 259 



New Bokenham. Similar extent. 

Besthorp. A wood called Shirwode containing 30a., which is not con- 
tained in the inquisition returned into the chancery. 

John de Gouet and Eva his wife, mother of the said Robert 
deceased, hold of his inheritance divers tenements in excess of the 
said Eva's dower. 

Tybenham. Similar extent. 

Frethebrigge hundred. The houses from which 20s. yearly rent arise 
are called Jews' houses, and are in Suthsoke, Lenn. 

Lmcousr. Inq. 4 Aug. 34 Edw. I. 

Tatteshale manor. Very full extent of tenancies and rents, with names 

of tenants. 
Kirkeby. Similar extent. 
Cunesby. Similar extent of free tenancies. 
Marton. Similar extent of free tenancies. 

Extent or summary of the above lands &c. in cos. Norfolk, Lincoln, 
Leicester and York. 

Norfolk. Extent 21 Oct. 34 Edw. I, 

Bukenham. The manor (full extent given with field names &c.), including 
the castle, a little park, a several pasture at Rawedikes, turbary at 
Swanegeye with rushes and a fishery, an aldergrove below the castle, 
a great park containing six leagues in its circuit of palings, and at 
Attleburgh of tenements which were of William de Fossato per- 
taining to the said manor, a moiety of 74a. arable, and 7s. rent 
receivable by the hands of Sibyl, mother of the said William, for a 
tenement which she holds in dower : all other profits of the manor 
were extended by the former extent. 

Tybenham. The manor (extent given), including pastures called Hynham 
and Martynesyerd, a pasture below the park, a wood called ' le Park ' 
containing in circuit a league and a half, an alder grove, and a boscage 
opposite Westhawe : all other profits of the manor Tvere extended by 
the former extent. 

Thomas de Cailly, Joan de Driby, Isabel de Orreby and John 
her husband, and Joan late the wife of Robert son of Robert de 
Tatteshale, being warned to be present, did not come. 

Lincoln. Inq. made at Wassingburg, 24 Oct. 34 Edw. I. 

Tateshal. The castle and manor with the hamlets of Thorp and Kirkeby 

(extent given) held of the king in chief by barony and by service of 

J knight's fee, and rendering yoirly to the king 40s. fixed fine, 

together with other lands &c. in Norfolk. 
Kirkeby. A capital messuage, 50a. arable, 9a. meadow, a sheepwalk, 

6 free tenants, 6 customers and 7 cottars, works &c. and pleas &c. 

of court, held of Robert de Wiluby in chief by service of 201. 13s. 4c?. 
Cunnesby. 31s. 'kd. rent of free tenants held of the bishop of Carlisle(?) 

(Karlonie) in chief by service of 3s. yearly. 
Malteby. A court worth 4s. yearly. 
Boston. Tronage commonly worth 12Z. yearly. 

Thomas de Cailly &c. as above being warned to be present did 

not come. 



260 INQUISITIONS. 



Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. to Richard Oysel, escheator, 22 Nov. 
35 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. made at Horncastre, on Monday after St. Michael, 1 Edw. II. 
Little Strattone and Wadingworth. 1 knight's fee held by William 

Breton. 
Martone. I knight's fee held by John son of Alfred de Wodehalle. 
Wyspingdone. J knight's fee held by Robert de Wyleby. 
Tumby. | knight's fee held by Joan de Tumby. 
Wytham. ^ knight's fee held by WiUiam Breton. 
Hameltone (sic) and Eliethorp. -^^ knight's fee held by John de Ormby (sic), 
Kerkestede. The advowson of the abbey. 
Tatesale. The advowson of the church. 
Malteby. The advowson of the church. 

Sussex. Inq. made at Cicestre, 3 AprU, 1 Edw. II. 

Hertinge and Chitehurst. 3 knights' fees held by Henry Huse. 
Nutbume, Upmerdone and Burgham. 3 knights' fees held by Eleanor 

late the wife of Richard AguUlon. 
Westdene and Chelegrave. J knight's fee held by John le Blund. 
Chelegrave. J knight's fee held by John le Child of Chelegrave. 
La Grave. A moiety of -^^ knight's fee held by Richard de Picheford ; 

a fourth part of ^^ Imight's fee held by Robert le Buteler [alias 

le Botiller] ; and a fdurth part of g^j, knight's fee held by Ralph de la 

Grave. 
Bargham, Bebiton, Gretham, Elemere and Tortiton. 5 knights' fees 

held by William de Monteforti. 
Bulesham. | knight's fee held by WiUiam de Bulesham ; and | knight's 

fee held by Hugh de Croftes. 

All the fees aforesaid are held of the said Robert as of his pourparty 

of the earldom of ArundeU. 

Writ of certiorari feodis &c. to Walter de Gloucester, escheator, 24 May, 

1 Edw. II. 
Leicester. Inq., made at Holewelle, 3 Aug. 2 Edw. II. 
Slauestone. ^ knight's fee held by WiSiam Maureward. 
Flekeneye. | knight's fee held by Robert de Wavere. 
, Sumerdeby, Burg, Little Dalby and Burtone Lazars {Sancti Lazari). 

\ knight's fee held by John Hamelyn and Joan late the wife of 

John de Tatesale. 
Knossingtone. A moiety of 1 knight's fee held by Robert de Noers. 
Thorp by Langeton. \ knight's fee held by Walter de Laimgeton, bishop 

of Chester. 
Est Nortone and Hibpwrth {alias Kybewyth]. -^ knight's fee held by 

William son of Robert de Halgtone. 
Cosby and Thorp by Cosby. I knight's fee held by Stephen de Aunvers. 
Grymestone. \ knight's fee held by William Turvey. 
Frolesworth. ^ knight's fee held by Alice de Aunvers [alias Danvers]. 
Lodingtone and Est Norton. J knight's fee held by the prior of 

la Launde. 
Dalby and Chalcumbe. J^ knight's fee held by John de Segrave and the 

prior of Chacumbe. 
Bredone. The advowson of the priory. 
Langele. The advowson of the priory. 



EDWARD 1. 261 



Norfolk. Extent made at Swafham, 18 Sept. 2 Edw. [II]. 

Shelton, Bedingham, Osemondeston and Mundham. 3 knights' fees 

which Robert de Shelton holds. 
Ereton. J knight's fee, which Ralph de Burtoft holds. 
Cruchestok. ^ knight's fee which Petronilla de Vaux [alias de Vaus] 

holds. 
Gatesthorp. J knight's fee which the- prior of the monks of Thetford 

holds. 
Dersingham. 1 knight's fee which the prior of Bynham [afcs Byngham] 

and Edmund de Pakenham hold. 
Wymondham; ^ knight's fee which Ranulph de Morleye holds. 
Besthorp. :^ knight's fee which WiUiam de Bemak holds. 
Denton. ^ knight's fee which WiUiam de Wotton holds. 
Holkham, Melton, Wramplingham, Bliford, Ekingham, Garbodesham, 

Reueshale, Apeton, Quydenham, Saxlingham, Sparham, Stivekeye 

and Little Melton. 11| knights' fees which Hugh de Veer and Denise 

his wife hold. 
Wymundham. The advowson of the priory. 
Rydon. The advowson of the church. 
Attleburgh. The advowson of two parts of the church._ 
Stanhowe. The advowson of the church . 
Cangham. The advowson of the church of St. Mary. 

Extent or summary of the above knight's fees, with the variations there 
given within square brackets, and with the foUowiag additions : — 
Rutland. Wardeleye. | knight's fee which Thomas de Boivill [alias de 
BoviU], Nicholas de Brynnjmghurst [alias de Brymmyghurst] and 
John de Boivill [alias de Bovill] hold. 

Okeham. ^ knight's fee which Johii de Somerdeby and Beatrice de 
Beeston [alias de Beston] hold. 
[York.] Willardby. 5 carucates and 6 bovates of land, where 10 carucates 
make a fee. 

Neuton. 1 similar carucate. 

Speton. 6 similar carucates. 

Brydelyngton. 13 carucates making a whole fee. 

Eston.^ 2| carucates where 10 carucates make a fee. 

Crauncemore. | similar carucate. 

Besyngby. 8 carucates where 11^ make a fee. 

Eraisthorp. 1 carucate where 13 make a fee. 

Wyvelsthorp. 2 carucates where 14 make a fee. 

HUderthorp. 2 similar carucates and 5 bovates of land. 

Burton Flemyngg. 12 carucates which make a fee ; and 6 carucates of 
the fee of Beriot and St. Oswald, held for | fee. 
All held by the prior of Brydelyngton in alms. 

Hundmanby. 1 carucate of land held by the master of St. Lazar's in 
alms ; 5 bovates of land held by the master of St. Leonard's in 
alms'; 1 carucate of land and the church with the chapel, held 
by the abbot of Bardenay to his own uses ; 2 bovates of land held by 
the prior of St. Oswald in alms ; and 2 bovates of land held by 
the abbot of Rivaus in alms. 

Stakeston. 1 carucate of land held by the brethren and sisters of the 
hospital of St. Mary, Harford, in frank almoin. 



262 INQUISITIONS. 



Writ to Walter de Gloucester, escheator, to send without delay the 
partition of the lands &c. of Eobert son of Robert de Tateshall which 
he made in the time of the king's father, to be enrolled on the rolls 
of the chancery, 15 Feb. 1 Edw. II. 

Endorsed by the escheator that he sends the partition of the 
lands &c. in cos. Norfolk and Leicester, and wiU send the par- 
tition of the lands &c. in co. Lincoln when he receives it from his 
subescheator. , 
Leioestek. Partition of the lands &c. of the said Robert in HoleweU and 
Kettilby, made 14 Jan. 35 Edw. I. 

Pourparty, assigned to Thomas de CaiUi (extent given with names of 
tenants). 

Pourparty assigned to John de Orreby and Isabel his wife (extent given 
with names of tenants). 

Pourparty assigned to Joan de Driby (extent given with names of tenants). 
Each being of the value of 78s. l^d. and including a third part of 
the fishponds when they are fished with joint consent. 

NoKEOLK. Partition of a moiety of the manor of Bukenham (undated.) 

Pourparty delivered to Thomas de Cayly viz. the castle and a fourth 
part of. the manor, viz. — ^A moiety of the great park and little 
park near the castle, of windmills called SkjTmanesmelle and the 
earl's mill, a fourth part of the market and of a fair (ferie), a fourth 
part of turbary &c. of the fishery of Swanegeye and of ,a meadow 
by the castle, with the pond, rush bed, and fishery, a fourth part 
of a pasture called Roudykes, rents called ' londgovl ' in New 
Bukenham (extent given with names of tenants). The rents &c. of 
the villeins are delivered to Joan de Driby and John and Isabel de 
Orreby in part recompense of their pourparties of the said parks. 
And the said Thomas occupied a moiety of a messuage, and 
29Ja. 4|p. arable lying within the gates of the park ; and he has 
more of his own usurpation than he ought to have for a fourth part 
of the manor, to the value of 2 Is. |d. 
Powrparty of Joan de Dryby. Lands, rents &c. (extent given with field 
names and names of tenants), including a fourth part of the mills, 
and an eighth part of the market, fair, turbary, fisheries, pasture &c. 
abovesaid. And in recompense for an eighth part of Ithe parks, 
certain lands and rents (extent given with field names and names 
of tenants). And there are deficient to her from an eighth part of 
the manor, 10s. &\d. and a quarter of a farthing, and because the 
king died fuU recompense could not be given her. 
Pourparty of John de Oreby and Isabel his wife. Lands, rents &c. 
(extent given with names of tenants) and an eighth part of the 
market, fair &c. as in the pourparty of Joan de Dryby. And in 
recompense for an eighth part of the parks, certain lands, rents &c. 
(extent given with names of tenants). And there are deficient to 
them from (the eighth) part of the manor lOs. Qd. and half a 
farthing. 

And there were dehvered ; to the said Thomas, a fourth part 
of the lands &c. which were of William de Fossato and of 
Nicholas de Burgo in Attelbourgh, a third part of the park of 
Tybenham, a third part of two parts of a fourth part of the profits of 



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the Tolboth of Lenn, and 22s. 9d. yearly rent from John de Cove 
and Eva his wife. 

To Joan de Dryby an eighth part of the abovesaid lands &c. in 
Attelbourgh, a like part (as above) of the profits of the Tolboth 
of Lenn, a wood called Shirwode, and 22s. 9d. rent (as 
above). 

And to John and Isabel de Oreby, the manor of Tybenham, except a 
third part of the park assigned to the said Thomas, an eighth part of 
the abovesaid lands &c. in Attelbourgh, a third part of a fourth part 
(sic) of the profits of the Tolboth of Lenn, and 22s. {9d.) rent (as 
above). 

Pourparty of Thomas de CaDli made with the assent of the other heirs 
{untkited). 
NoEFOLK. Bukenham. The castle and a moiety of the parks, Joan de Driby, 
John de Orreby and Isabel his wife receiving the value of a fourth 
part of the parks from the said Thomas's portion of lands &c. in 
the manor. 

Atthelburgh. A fourth part of the lands &c. 

Tybenham. A third part of the park. 

Leim. A third part of two parts of a fourth part of the profits of the 
Tolbothe. 
Lincoln. Stikeswold. A third part of the wood called Suthwode. 

Boston. A messuage called 'le Grenegarth,' 111. 2s. yearly rent, two 
parts of a messuage called ' le MothaUe,' two parts of pleas &c. 
of the court there, a moiety of a messuage called ' le Ledhuses,' a 
moiety of the profits of tronage and two parts of a windmill. 

TateshaU manor. The crop (vesiura) of a third part of three woods, 
viz. — Shaterle, Lokhagh and Kirkeby Wode, to be cut and carried 
within 1| year irom the delivery of seisin, so that the soil shall 
remain to the said Joan in part of her pourparty of the lands &c. 
of the 22s. 9rf.[?] yearly rent to be received through the hands of 
John de Cove and Eva his wife, sometime the wife of the said 
Robert de TateshaU. 
Leicester. HolweU and Ketelby. A third part of the lands &c. 
[Lincoln.] Boston. 2[6]s. 8d. yearly rent from the portion of the said Joan. 
And the said Thomas and his heirs shall pay 33s. 4d. yearly for the 
life of Walter de Bernyngham to the said John and Isabel and the 
heirs of the said Isabel, in part payment of the 100s. which the said 
Walter receives for life from the manor of Tybenham (which is) 
assigned to the said John and Isabel ; with power of distraint to 
the said John and Isabel, but after the death of the said Walter, 
the said Thomas and his heirs shall be wholly quit of the payment 
of the said 33s. 4:d. 

Pourparty of Joan de Driby made with the assent of the other heirs 
(undated). 
Lincoln. TateshaJe. The castle and manor, with lands &c. in Kjrkeby, 
Cunenesby, Marton and Thorp, and the court of Malteby, except 
a third part of the three woods of Schaterle, Lokh[agh] and Kyrkeby- 
wod which is assigned to John and Isabel de Orreby, and except - 
the crop of a third part of the said woods which is assigned to Thomas 
de CaiUy (as abovesaid). 



264 INQUISITIONS. 



Boston. 102s. ll^d.{l) yearly rent, a third partot the pleas &c 

profit of tronage, a third part of a windmill, and of a messuage 
called 'la MotehaUe,' a fourth part of a messuage called 'les 
Ledhuses ' . . . . and two cottages. 

Stikeswalde. A third part of the wood called Suthwode. 
NoEFOLK. Bukenham. An eight part of the manor, but instead of an 
eighth part of the parks, she shall have to the value out of the lands 
&c. there assigned to Thomas de CaUly. 

Atte[lb]ourgh. An eighth part of the lands &c. 

Lenne. A third part of two parts of a fourth part of the Tolboth. 

Shirewode. A wood called Shirewode. 

(Unspecified. ) 22s. 9d. rent receivable through the lands of John de Cove 
and Eva his wife, sometime the wife of the said Robert. 
Leicester. A third part of lands &o. in HoUeweUe and Ketelby. Of 
fixed rent in Boston there are assigned to Thomas de Cailly 
26s. 8d. and to John and Isabel de Orreby lis. Hd. yearly, as agreed 
between them in part of their pourparty. And the said Joan and 
her heirs shall pay yearly for the life of Walter de Bernyngham, 
to the said John and Isabel 33s. 4id. in part payment of the 100s. 
which the said Walter receives from the manor of Tybenham, with 
power of distraint to the said John and Isabel &c. as above. 

Pourparty of John de Orreby and Isabel his wife, made with the assent 
of the other heirs (undated). 
Norfolk. Tibenham. The manor except a third part of the park, which 
is assigned to Thomas de Cailly. 

Bokenham. An eighth part of the manor, but in recompense for an 
eighth part of the parks, which they have wholly granted to the 
the said Thomas, they shall have to the value thereof out of his 
lands &c. in Bokenham. 

Attelburgh. An eighth part of the lands &c. 

Len. A third part of two parts of a fourth part of the profits of the 
Tolbothe, and 22s. 9d. yearly rent receivable through the hands of 
John de Cove and Eva his wife. 
LiNOOLN. Toft with its hamlets. 665. 8d. yearly rent (tenants named). 

Boston. A messuage called Northhalle with the whole of the arable land, 
meadow and pasture ; a fourth part of a messuage there called 
' le Ledhouses ' ; and a fourth part of the profit of tronage there. 

Tateshale. A third part of three woods, viz — Schaterle, Lokhagh and 
Kirkeby Wode. 

Stikeswold. A third part of the wood called Suthwode. 
Leicester. Holwell and Ketelby. A third part of the lands &c. 
[Lincoln.] Boston, lis. l^d. rent from the portion of Joan de Driby. 

And in the lands &c. aforesaid there are assigned to them 53s. 4d. 
rent for the value of the castle of Bokenham, and 40s. rent for the 
value of the castle of TateshaUe, besides the lands &c. of their 
pourparty. And they and their heirs shall have yearly for the 
life of Walter de Berniagham from the pourparties of the said 
Joan and Thomas 5 marlts rent, in part payment of the 100s. which 
the said Walter (has) for life in the manor of Tibenham, with power 
of distraint &c. as abovesaid. 

Pourparty of Thomas de CaiUy of the abovesaid knight's fees and advow- 
sons, with additions, viz. — 



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[Norfolk.] Holkham, Melton &c. 5f fees. 

Gatesthorp. I fee. 

Wymundham. -^ fee. 

Denton. ^ fee. 
StrssEX. Nutteburn &c. 3 fees. 

Westdene and Chelegrave. J fee. 
Suffolk. Whersted. 2 laiights' fees which Gerard de Wathesham holds. 
York. Camelton, Staxton and Neuton. 2 knights' fees which Henry de 
Percy holds. 

Hiindmanby. ^ knight's fee which Roger de Grimeston holds ; 
■^ fee which Robert de BonjTiton holds ; | fee which William de 
Erghum holds ; and -^^ fee which John le Fauconer holds. 

Eston. I and ^ knight's fee which John de Oleron holds. 

Biigham, Grauncemor, Besingby, Fraysthorp, Hilderthorp, Wjrv^elesthorp, 
Speton, Burton Flemjrng and Brydelington. A third part of 6| 
knights' fees which the prior of Bridelyngton holds. 

Hundmanby. The fees which the abbot of Bardenay holds. 

Stakeston. The fees which the brethren and sisters of the hospital of 
St. Mary, Hareford, hold. 
Norfolk. Attelbnigh. The advowson of two parts of the church, so that 
at the first vacancy the said Thomas and his parceners shall present 
in common, at the second the said Thomas, at the third Joan de 
Dryby, at the fourth John and Isabel de Orreby, and at the fifth the 
said Thomas, or their heirs respectively, and so on in turn. 

Wymundham. The advowson of the priory, with bread and ale which 
the lord ought to receive on every visit to Wymundham. 

Rydon. The advowson of the church. 

Pourparty of John de Orreby and Isabel his wife of the abovesaid knights' 
fees and advowsons, with variations and additions, viz. — 
Lqtcoln. Marton. J fee which John son of Alfred holds. 

Wytham. J fee which William le Breton holds. 

The hamlet {sic) of Ollethorp. ^^ fee which John de Orreby himself holds. 
Rutland. Wardeleye. | fee. 

Ocham. ^^ fee. 
Norfolk. Gruchestok. | fee. 

Sussex. Bargham, Belyton (sic), Greteham, Elemere and Torton. A moiety 
of 5 fees. 

La Grave. ^^ fee which Richard de Pycheford holds ; and ^ fee which 
Robert le BotiUer holds. 

Bulesham. J fee which Hugh de Croftes holds. 
Leicester. Slaueston ^ fee. 

Somerdeby &c. J fee. 

Knossington. ^ fee. 

Thorp by Langeton. J fee. 

Est Norton and Kybeworth. -^ fee. 

Frolesworth. ^ fee. 

Lodington and Est Norton. J fee. 
York. Muston, Pyuele, Fordon, Ryghton and Marton. 2 knights' fees 
which Richard de Malbys holds. 

Brygham. -^ fee which Theobald de Brygham holds. 

Hunmanby. ^ fee which Peter de la Stane holds. 



266 INQUISITIONS. 



Neuton, Speton, Brydelington, Eston, Crauncemore, Besingby, Fraisthorp, 

Wyvelesthorp, Hilderthorp and Burton Flem3mg. A third part 

of 6| fees which the prior of Brideliiigton holds. 
Hunmanby. The fees which the prior of St. Oswald's and the abbot of 

Rivaux hold. 
Bredon. The advowson of the priory. 
Malteby and Congham. The advowsons of the churches. 
Norfolk. Attleburgh. The advowson of two parts of the church, with 

presentations as abovesaid. 

Writ of dedimus potestatem to William de Colne to receive the attorneys 
of Isabel the wife of John de Orreby for receiving her pourparty of 
the knights' fees and advowsons abovesaid, 6 Feb. 2 Edw. [II]. 

Similar ivrit to Robert de Malberthorp concerning the like pourparty of 
Joan de Dryby. 
See Calendar of Close Rolls 1307-1313, pp. 58-63 and 99-102, where 
the partitions are given at length. 

C. Edw. I. File 123. (12.) 

392. Roger son of Peter son of Osbert. 

Writ, 6 March, 34 Edw. I. 
Suffolk. Ivq. made at Babbeweli, 28 April, 34 Edw. I. 

Somerleton in the hundred of Ludinglaund. The manor (extent given), 
acquired by the said Roger and Katherine his wife from John Blome, 
to hold to them and the heirs of their bodies, with remainder to 
the right heirs of the said Roger, held of the king in chief by rendering 
34fi. id. yearly to the king's bailiffs of the hundred of Ludinglaund. 

Isabel his sister, late the wife of Walter Gemegan, and John de Nuiim, 
son of Alice his sister, are his next heirs. 

Wathe. The manor (extent given) acquired jointly of the same John, 
to hold in form aforesaid, rendering to the sheriff of Suffolk 4s. 
blanch farm. 

Heirs as above. 

Uggethale. The manor (extent given) acquired jointly of the same 
John, to hold in form aforesaid, held of Roger le Bygod earl of Norfolk 
and marshal of England by service of a knight's fee. 
Heirs as above, and of fuU age. 

Bketeleshale. The manor (extent given) held for his life of Thomas de 
Greyleye by loiight's service, with reversion to Guy Ferre and 
Margery his wife, daughter of the said Roger, and the heirs of their 
bodies, and remainder to the right heirs of the said Roger, by a fine 
levied in the king's court. 

Heirs as last above. 

Similar writ concerning the lands &c. which the said Roger held by 
the courtesy of England of the inheritance of Sarra sometime his 
wife, 6 March, 34 Edw. I. 
Suffolk. Inq. made at Babbeweli, 28 April, 34 Edw. I. 

Combes. The manor (extent given) held by the courtesy of England 
of the inheritance of Sarra sometime his wife, oi the king in chief 
by fee farm, rendering 23Z. 16s. 8d. yearly at the king's exchequer. 



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Helmingham. The manor (extent given) similarly held, of Roger le Bygod, 
earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, in chief by service a knight's 
fee, rendering at Easter 2d. for the guard of the castle of Framlingham 
and 4:d. sokenfee (de soknefeo). 

John de Thorp her kinsman, aged 36 and more, and Rose (Boesia) 
the wife of Edmund de Pakenham, aged 23, and Cecily the wife of Robert 
de Ufford, aged 22, her kinswomen, are next heirs of the said Sarra. For 
Bartholomew de Crek her father, died seised of the said manors as of fee, 
after whose death Robert his son and heir entered upon the same and 
died without heir of himself ; to whom succeeded Geoffrey his brother 
who died without heir of himself, and to him John his brother who also 
died without heir of himself ; and to him succeeded the said Sarra his 
sister and heir, after whose death, because Margery whom the aforesaid 
Robert begat of her died without heir of herself during the said Sarra's 
life, the right of the said manors reverted to Margaret and Isabel, aunts 
of the said Sarra and sisters of Bartholomew her father ; and from the 
said Margaret the right of her pourparty descended to Robert son of 
John her son and heir, and from him to the aforesaid John de Thorp 
as his son and heir ; and from the said Isabel the right of her pourparty 
descended to Robert de Valoignes her son and heir, from him to Robert 
his son and heir, and from him to the said Rose and Cecily his daughters 
and heirs. 

Norfolk. (Inq.) {Fragment undated and defaced.) 

Hadestone. The manor (extent given) held of Roger Bygod, earl of 

Norfolk and marshal of England, by service of a knight's fee. 
Withlingham. The manor (extent given) held of Richard de la Rokele 

at fee farm by service of 21| marks. 
Isabel Jernegan his sister, aged 40 and more, and John, son of Alice de 
Nuiun his sister, aged 30 and more, are his next heirs ; but the said 
Roger and Katherine his wife were enfeoffed jointly of the said manors 
by fine levied in the king's court in 28 Edw. I, to hold to them and the 
heirs of their bodies, with remainder to the heirs of the said Roger, and 
they were in joint seisin on the day the said Roger died. 

Norther ek. (The manor ?) (extent given) held, by the courtesy of 
England of the inheritance of Sarra sometime his wife, of Roger le 
Bygod, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, by service of 2^ 
knights' fees. 

Writ (ad melius inquirendum) because in the above inquisition for Suffolk 
there is no mention whether the said Katherine peacefully continued 
her seisin in the manors of Somerleton, Wathe and Uggethale untO 
the death of the said Roger, or not, 6 May, 34 Edw. I. 
Suffolk. Inq. taken at Becles on Tuesday after the Ascension, 34 Edw. I. 
The said Katherine peacefully continued her joint seisin of the 
manors abovesaid with the said Roger \mtil the day of his death. 

Suffolk. Combes. Paitition of the manor between the abovesaid heirs 
of the said Sarra (full extent given with names of tenants), made 
26 June, 34 Edw. I 
Helmingham. Similar partition of the manor made 26 Jime, 34 Edw. I. 



268 INQUISITIONS. 



NoBFOLK. Northcrek. Partition of the manor between the abovesaid heirs 
of the said Sarra (fuU extent given with names of tenants), made 
15 July, 34 Edw. I. 
HUlington. Similar partition. 

Knights' fees and advowsons delivered to the said John de Thorp : — 
2| knights' fees pertaining to the manor of Northcrek, viz. — 
Carleton and Quarles. 1 fee which' John de Thorp holds. 
Stanhowe and Brmihamthorp. J knight's fee which Roger de 

Calthorp holds. 
Depedale. | knight's fee, which Roger de Toftes holds. 
Brunham. | knight's fee of the fee of Brisworth which George de 

Thorp holds. 
Northcrek. A moiety of the advowson of the church with the first 

presentation. 
HilljTigton. A moiety of half the advowson of the church, with 

the first presentation to that moiety. 
Knight's fees and advowsons delivered to the said Edmund and 

Rose, Robert and Cecily : — 
2| knight's fees pertaining to the manor of Northcrek, viz. : — 
Bernyngham and Depedale. 1| fee which Richard de Bernyngham 

holds. 
Shipedene. -J fee which WiQiam de Bradenham and his parceners 

hold. 
Brunham. ^ fee called Brisworthefe which George de Thorp holds. 
Brunham St. Mary's. I fee which Paul de Subburgo(?) and his parceners 

hold. 
Northcrek. A moiety of the advowson of the church with the 

second presentation. 
HiUington. A moiety of half the advowson of the church, with 

the second presentation to that moiety. 

Norfolk. Memorandum that on 16 July, 34 Edw. I there were delivered 
to the said heirs moieties of all the lands which the said Roger held 
by the courtesy of England in Norfolk of the inheritance of Sarra 
sometime his wife, viz. — of the manor of Northcrek, and HiUington 
(full extent given as above). (Defective.) 
See Calendar of Close Rolls, 1302-1307, pp. 462-470. 

C. Edw. I. File 124, (1). 

393. Brian son of Alan. 

Writ to the escheator, whereas the king has granted to Henry de Lacy, 
earl of Lincoln, the wardship of the lands &c. which were of the said 
Brian, who held of the heir of John sometime duke of Brittany, 
whose lands are in the king's hand, by knight's service, which lands 
of the said Brian are in the king's hand by reason of the minority 
of his daughters and heirs, and now on behalf of the said earl it is 
shown that the said Brian held the manor of Byker of the said heir 
by knight's service, whereby the earl ought to have the ward- 
ship of the said manor &c., the escheator is commanded to enquire 
whether the said Brian held that manor of the said heir or of another 
&c., 4 Oct. 34 Edw. I. 



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LisrooLN. Inq. 24 Oct. 34 Edw. I. 

Biqer. The said Brian held certain lands &c. of the heir of John duke 
of Brittany and earl of Richemond, whose lands &o. are in the king's 
hand, by service of J knight's fee, and rendering 5s. IQd. yearly 
for the guard of the castle of Richemond. 

Writ of certiorari on the complaint of Maud, late the wife of the said 
Brian, that the escheator had taken into the king's hand the manor 
of Belestre in Tyndale, whereof she was enfeoffed jointly with her 
said husband until the day of his death, 6 Nov. 34 Edw. I. 
Northumberland. Inq. taken at Corbrigg on Saturday the morrow of 
St. Hilary, 35 Edw. I. 

Belestre and Someryard in Tyndale. The said Brian and Maud were 
enfeoffed jointly in the manor by the charter of Sir Anthony bishop of 
Durham, nine years ago, and continued their seisin imtil the 
subescheator seised the same into the king's hand before the feast, of 
St. Peter ad Vincula last, through the death of the said Brian. 

C. Edw. I. File 124. (2.) 

394. Joan late the wife op Adam lb Despenser. 

Writ to the escheator, whereas on 27 Nov. 26 Edw. I, the king- commanded 
the sheriff of Oxford to assign to the said Joan, who had taken her 
oath not to marry without the king's licence, lier dower of the manor 
of Rolandrith, which the said Adam held of the king by serjeanty, 
and which was taken into the king's hand because Philip Burnel, 
lately deceased, entered [upon it] without the king's licence, and 
to send the same assignment to be enrolled in the chancery, and 
Henry de Thistelden then sheriff of that county, has asserted that 
he assigned the said dower, and prays remedy because 30 marks for 
three years after the said assignment are exacted of him as if he had not 
assigned the said dower ; the king, although the assignment was 
not returned into the chancery, willing nevertheless to spare his 
carelessness this time, orders the escheator to enquire whether 
the said Henry made the said assignment or not &c., 22 Jan. 
34 Edw. I. 
Oxford. Inq. 15 Feb. 34 Edw. I. 

Rolandrith. The said Henry assigned to the said Joan her dower of the 
said manor on Tuesday after the Conversion of St. Paul, 26 Edw. I, 
viz. — ^A third part of the capital messuage to the southward, with 
an old grange and oxhouse, a, third part of a garden adjoining the 
grange, an ' aquarium ' without the close of the court, lands, rents &c. 
(extent given). 

C. Edw. I. File 124. (3.) 

395. Herbert de Caxtne. 

Writ of plenius certiorari to the escheator, whereas the king lately com- 
mitted to John de Meriet the manor of Asshe, co. Somerset, which 
the said Herbert held on the day he died of Baldwin de Caune of 
Flanders, and which by reason of the war with the king of France, 
on account of the minority of the said Herbert's heir, was taken 
into the king's hand because the said Baldwin was an alien, and 



270 INQUISITIONS. 



Margery de Caune and Joan her sister, asserting that they are next 
heirs of the said heir, who died under age as is said, and of fuU age, 
have prayed for the manor to be rendered to them ; the escheator is 
commanded to enquire of whom the said Herbert held the said 
manor, and who is his next heir &o. warning the said John to be 
present to show why the same should not be rendered to the said 
Margery and Joan, 26 Nov. 34 Edw. I. 
Somerset. Inq. 12 Jan. 34 Edw. I. 

Assh. The manor (extent given) was held by the said Herbert of Baldwin 
de Caune of Flanders for J knight's fee, rendering Id. yearly or a pair 
of gloves. 

Margery d'e Caune aged 20 and more, and Joan her sister aged 15 on 
Easter day last, are his next heirs. 

John de Meriet, being warned, came in person and said that 
the said Margery and Joan are not yet of full age, which he remembers 
by inquisitions taken ten years ago on the death of the said Herbert, 
and by dther evidences it seems to him that the king ought not to 
render the manor to them until of full age. 

Writ of scire facias to the escheator to warn the said John, Margery 
and Joan to be in the chancery on the morrow of the Annunciation 
next to do and receive what the court shall decide, 8 Feb. 34 Edw. I. 

C. Edw. I. File 124. (4). 

396. Alice de Fbense alias le Fbbnse. 

Writ, 16 Oct. 34 Edw, I. 
Salop. Inq. Monday after SS. Simon and Jude, 34 Edw. I. 

Sutton. A messuage, 26a. arable and 2a. meadow, held of the king in 
chief by serjeanty, viz. — by service of conducting, together with his 
other parceners holding certain lands in the same town, the king's 
treasure from Sutton to London at their own charges ; which 
service so far as concerns the said Alice's portion was commuted by 
the justices in eyre for 2s. 6d. to be paid yearly at the king's exchequer 
by the hands of the sheriflf. 
She held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 
Roger le Frense, aged 28 and more, is her next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 124. (5.) 

397. Walter Barxtn. 

Writ, 16 Oct. 34 Edw. I. 
Somerset. Inq. made at Porlok, 10 Dec. 35 Edw. I. 

Holecote. A messuage, 10a. arable, and 2a. meadow, held of the 
king in chief by service of hanging on a forked pole the stags dead 
of murrain (pendendi super quoddam lignum furcatum cervos de morina 
defunctos) in the king's forest of Exemore, and also of entertaining 
the sick poor (pauper es supervenientes de infirmitate debilitaf) at his 
own costs for the souls of King Edward's ancestors. 
He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

Richard Barun, his brother, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 124. (6.) 



EDWARD I. 271 



398. John de Fttrmeey. 

Writ, 3 Nov. 34 Edw. I. 
[CtTMBERLAND.] Inq. made at Carlisle on Wednesday after the quinzaine of 

Easter, 35 Edw. I. 
High Crosseby. A messuage and 4 bovates of land, held of the king in 

chief, as of the honour of Cokerm[ue] by homage, 4d. cornage 

yearly, and service of ^d. or a pair of gloves yearly at Christmas ; 

and 2 bovates of land held jointly with Joaa his wife of Thomas de 

Ireby by service of lib. cummin yearly. 

William his son, aged 7, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 124. (7.) 

399. John Hobbeshort alias Hobbeschoet. 

Writ, 15 Nov. 34 Edw. I. 
Berks. Extent, 20 Dec. 35 Edw. I. 

Bochampton. A capital messuage, a dovecote, 37a. arable, and a pasture 
in common, held of the king in chief by serjeanty of carrying the 
king's horn when he comes to hunt in the hundred of Lambum. 

Alice his sister, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 124. (8.) 

400. William de Nevtll alias de Neyvyle. 

Writ, 4 Sept. 34 Edw. I. 
Berks. Inq. 16 Dec. 35 Edw. I. 

Suthmourton alias Suthmorton. 19s. 2d. yearly rent held of the king 
in chief by service of | knight's fee. 

He held no other lands &c. in the county. 

His daughters, Nicholaa aged 9, and Alice aged 4, are his next heirs. 

Wilts. Inq. made at Blacwelle, 5 Oct. 34 Edw. I. 

BlakaresweU in Whyte parish. The manor (extent given with the names 
of six free tenants) held jointly by the said William and Cristina his 
wife, by the enfeoffment of Nicholas de Nevill, of Richard le Engleis 
by service of 5s. yearly ; and 12a. pasture held of John son of William 
by service of 2s. yearly. 

Heirs as above, Nicholaa aged 8, and Alice aged 4 years. 

CEdw.I. File 124. (9.) 

401. Elizabeth de Clerbek. 

Writ, 10 Nov. 34 Edw. I. 
Dorset. Ing. made at Neweton Castr', 27 Nov. 35 Edw. I. 

Child Okford. A capital messuage, a third part of a garden, 34|a. arable, 
9|a. Ir. meadow, 1«. pasture, 2s. 4d. rent of a free tenant, 19s. Sjd, 
rent of six customers, who also give 6s. 6d. to the lord's larder at 
the feast of St. Martin, and of whom four shall work from the feast 
of St. Michael to the Gule of August three days a week until the third 
hour, and for their works from the Gule of August to the feast of 
St. Michael each of the four shall give 21d., and a cottar rendering 
16d. yearly, held by Walter de Hodebovile and the aforesaid 



272 INQUISITIONS. 



Elizabeth his wife, of her inheritance, of the king in chief, as of the 
honour of Christ Church, Twynham, now in the queen's hand by the 
king's grant, by service of a third part of | knight's fee. 

Robert her son, aged 18 and more, is her next heir. 

The aforesaid Walter ought to hold these tenements by the 
courtesy of England because there has been lawful issue between 
the said Walter and Elizabeth. 

Suffolk. Inq. made a't Lavenham, 8 Nov. 34 Edw. I. 

Aketon. A capital messuage &c., a dovecote, a water-mill demised to 
farm for 6s. %d., a third part of a windmill, 80a. arable, Q\a. \r. wood, 
3J a. meadow, l|a. pasture, 4«. rent of free tenants, 2s. \\d. rent, a 
hen and 15 eggs yearly, and services (specified) of 2 customers, held 
jointly as above, of the king ia chief, as of the honour of Hatfeld 
Peverel which is in the king's hand, by service of a third part of ^ 
knight's fee. 

Heir as above. 

There is lawful issue between the said Walter and Elizabeth, 
to wit a male and two females so that Walter ought to hold the 
premises by the courtesy of England. 

C. Edw. I. File 124. (10.) 

402. James de Aldbdelbye, de Aldedelegh, or de Aldei^ye. 

Writ of plenius certiorari to the escheator, on the complaint of James son 
and heir of the said James, that whereas the said James (the father) 
held a messuage and a carucate of land ia Farlegh, co. Sussex, of John 
some time duke of Brittany by knight's service, who upon the said 
James's death caused the same to be seised into his hand as wardship 
by reason of the minority of the said James the son, the escheator 
has now, upon the death of the said duke, taken the same into the 
king's hand, and detains them although the said James is of full 
age, 4 Nov. 34 Edw. II. 
Sussex. Inq. made at Burgheresse on the day of St. Nicholas, 35 Edw. I. 

Farlegh. The said messuage and land came to the said duke's hand as 
abovesaid, and after his death the escheator took them into the 
king's hand because no executor of the said duke's testament or any 
other came to receive the issues or claim any right therein. 

The said James son of James, aged 22 years and more, is his next 
heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 124. (11.) 

403. joajs the wife of john de rub, daughtek and hbik of john 

Utheed. 

Writ to Richard Oysel, escheator, to take the proof of age of the said 
Joan, who was bom at Gouthorp, co. York, and baptized in the 
church of Fangfoz, as is said, the said John saying that she is of 
full age and seeking the lands of her inheritance which are in the 
king's wardship, 6 Nov. 34 Edw. I. 
Proof of age {missing). 
Conf. Vol. ni. No. 471. 

C. Edw. I. File 124 (12.) 



EDWARD T. 273 



404. John lb Venitb. 

Writ, 5 June, 35 Edw. I. 
Surrey. Inq. made at Blechingely, 3 July, 35 Edw. I. 

[Blechingely.] A capital messuage, 48a. arable, l|a. meadow, and 
23s. 4:^d. rent, held of the heirs of Gilbert de Clare, late earl of Gloucester 
and Hertford [minors and in the king's wardship] by service of render- 
ing yearly a barbed arrow worth ^d. at the feast of St. Michael. 
He held no other lands in the bailiwick. 

John his son, aged 23, is his next heir. 

G. Edw. I. File 125. (1.) 

405. John de Ciezy alias de Cyrezy, de Cyrezi, de Gyresy. 

Writ, 22 Nov. 35 Edw. I. 
Cumberland. Inq. made at Carlisle, on the Tuesday before the Purification, 

35 Edw. I. 
Neubigging, Staynton and Graystok. Certain lands and tenements held 

of John son of William de Graystok by homage, and rendering 4s. 

cornage yearly to the said John and his heirs for the king's use, 

and by service of doing suit at the said John's court every three 

weeks. 

Walter his son, aged 16, is his next heir. 

Bishopric of Durham. Extent, Thursday the morrow of St. Peter in 
Cathedra, 35 Edw. I. 
Long Newton. A messuage, 5 tofts, and two hundred and five score 
acres of land and meadow, held of the fee of Balliol ; of which land 
&c. Margery late the wife of the said John was dowered by the bailiffs 
of Anthony bishop of Durham. 

G. Edw. I. File 125. (2.) 

406. Richard Hykeling alias Hikelyng. 

Writ, 10 Dec. 35 Edw. I. 
Sussex. iTiq. made at Seford, 18 June, 35 Edw. I. 

Chintynge. 13a. arable and a free tenant who renders 5s. yearly, held 
of the king in chief by service of rendering 7s. yearly at the king's 
exchequer by the hands of the sheriff. 
He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

Agnes his daughter, aged 4, is his next heir. 

G. Edw. I. File 125. (3.) 

407. Gilbert de Gretton. 

Writ, 18 May, 35 Edw. I. 
Northampton. Inq. 27 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Gretton. A toft and a virgate of land, held of Laurence de Preston who 
held of the king in chief, by service of 13s. 4i. yearly. 
He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 
John his son, aged 19 at the feast of AU Saints last, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 125. (4.) 
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274 INQUISITIONS. 



408. Ralph lb Botillibr alias lb Botilbe, of Wemme, the elder. 

Writ, 5 June, 35 Edw. I. 
Warwick. iTiq. 7 July, 35 Edw. I. 

Middelton. A fifth part of the manor (extent given) held for life, by 
the courtesy of England of the inheritance of Maud, one of the 
daughters and heirs of Phihp Marmion, sometime his wife, of the 
church of St. Edith, Tampworth, by service of a fifth part of half a 
mark of silver yearly. 

He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

Ralph le Botiler, son of the said Ralph and Maud, aged 30 years and 
more, is their next heir, but nothing descends to him by the death of 
Ralph his father except by reason of the said Maud his mother, 
through whom the said fifth part descends to him by hereditary right. 

C. Edw. I. Fik 125. (5.) 



409. GiLBBRT DB SUTHBYK alias DB SotTTHAIK. 

Writ, 18 Feb. 35 Edw. I. 
CxiMBBRLAND. Inq. made at Carlisle, on Monday, the morrow of Palm 
Sunday, 35 Edw. I. 

Skelton. A third part of the manor (extent given) held of the king in 
chief by homage, and by 8s. lO^d. comage to be rendered yearly 
to the sheriff for the king's use, which the tenants pay in addition 
to their rent {firtnam) ; and 21s. 2\d. yearly are due for food (putwa) 
and turns of the king's foresters of Englewode, and 2s. 2fd. are 
paid yearly at the exchequer of Carlisle for the farm of the same. 

Kirkandres. Divers lands and tenements (unspecified) worth 40 s. 
held of the king by the said service. 

Skelton. A sixth part of the advowson of the church. 

Levington. A sixth part of the advowson of the church. 

Stapelton. A sixth part of the advowson of the church. 

Patrick his son, aged 9 and more, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 125. (6.) 



410. Thomas db Lbybuene alias de Leybourne. 

Writ, 30 May, 35 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq. made at MaUyngge on Saturday after the translation of 
St. Thomas the Martyr, 35 Edw. I. 
Leyboume. The castle and manor (extent given), including a rent of 12 
ploughshares, held jointly with AUce his wife by the gift and enfeoff- 
ment of William de Leyboume, of the king, as of the honour of 
Albemarle which is in the king's hand, by service of ^ knight's fee 
and by doing suit at the court of Walebrok every three weeks. 
He held no other lands &c. 

Juliana his daughter, aged 3, is his next heir. 

Writ of fleniv^ certiorari on the complaint of AHce late the wife of the 
said Thomas that on the death of the latter the manor of Leyboume, 



EDWARD I. 275 



whereof she was enfeoffed jointly with him, was taken into 
the late king's hand as if the said Thomas had died seised thereof 
in his demesne as of fee, 26 August, 1 Edw. II. 
Kent. Inq. 17 Sept. 1 Edw. 11'. 

Leyburn. The aforesaid Alice was enfeoffed of the castle and manor 
(extent given) jointly with Thomas her husband by Wilham de 
Leyburn, to hold to them and the heirs of their bodies &c. of the 
king, as abovesaid, and she peacefully continued her seisin until 
her husband's death. 

Heir as above, aged 3 and more. 

Endorsed : Let it be done by a fine of 100s. and enrolled on the rolls of 
the chancery. 

C. Edw. I. File 125. (7.) 

411. KoBBRT DE Beowelle alias DE Bekewell. 

Writ, 20 May, 35 Edw. I. 
Sttbrey. Inq. 22 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Camerwelle. The manor (extent given) held of the heir of [Gilbert de 
Clare late] earl of Gloucester, a minor and in the king's wardship, 
by service of ^ knight's fee. 
He held no other lands in the baiUwicb. 

Stephen his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

G. Edw. I. File 125. (8.) 

412. Valentine Bekke alias Beck. 

Writ [*1 June, 35 Edw. I], [missing.) 
SoTJTHAMPTON. Inq. 15 June, 35 Edw. I. 

Wudecote. A hall, a grange, an ox-house, 80a. arable, 6a. pasture, 
2a. meadow, 2 free tenants, one of whom renders lib. cummin and 
the other 3s. yearly, and 3 customers who render 12s. yearly, held 
of the king in chief by service of grand serjeanty, viz. keeping the 
gaol of Winchester. 

Richard his son, aged 27 on Christmas day last, is his next heir. 

Southampton. Inq. 16 June, 35 Edw. I. 

Winchester. A tenement by Winchester, viz. a haU, a grange and 

kitchen, and 20a. arable, held of the prior of St. Swithun's, Winchester, 

in free socage by service of 49s. 8Jd. yearly. 
Kylham. 30a. arable held of Roger de Mortuo Man by service of 20s. 

yearly. 

Heir as above. 

C. Edw. I. File 125. (9.) 

413. John de Dttmmbr alias Dumeb. 

Writ, 16 Dec. 35 Edw. I. 
Noethampton. Inq. taken at Northampton, 5 Feb. 23 Edw. I [sic, apparently 
altered from 35 Edw. I). 

♦ See Calendar of Fine Rolls, p. 555, 



276 INQUISITIONS. 



Watford. Three messuages and 51a. land, whereof Joan le Paries 
enfeoffed the said John and Agnes, sometime his wife, to hold to 
them and the heirs of their bodies (heredibus de se) and their heirs 
(sic) by service of ^ knight's fee, and by rendering to the said Joan 
and her heirs a pair of gloves yearly ; and a messuage and 12a. land 
held to them and their heirs by the gift &c. of Helen de Watford, 
by service of ^^ knight's fee, and by rendering to the said Helen 
and her heirs a rose yearly. 
Richard his son, aged 18, is his next heir. 

Note hy the escheator. The aforesaid John held no other lands or tenements 
in my bailiwick on the day of his death except certain lands and 
tenements in Dummere co. Southampton and Eston co. Leicester, 
whereof inquisitions were returned into the chancery by another 
writ (15 March, 32 Edw. I). 8ee No. 195. 

Writ of certiorari to the escheator to enquire of whom the said Joan 
held the abovesaid lands &c. and the date of the enfeoffment &c. 
28 June, 35 Edw. I. 
NoBTHAMPTON. Ifiq. taken at Gildesburgh on Tuesday the feast of the 
Decollation of St. John the Baptist, 1 Edw. 11. 
Watforth. The aforesaid Joan at the time when she enfeoffed the said 
John and Agnes held the said tenements with other lands in Watford 
of the king in chief by service of J knight's fee ; and she enfeoffed 
them in 7 Edward I. 

0. Edw. I. File 125. (10.) 



414. William de Wbrmbwblle. 

Writ, 18 June, 35 Edw. I. 
Somerset. Inq. taken at Somerton, 4 July, 35 Edw. I. 

Neweton Sormavyle. A messuage &c., 22a. arable, la. meadow, |a. wood, 
2a. alderwood, 3 cottages (tenants named), and a water-mill, held of the 
heir of Joan de Sormaville alias de Sormanville, deceased, [a minor 
and in the king's wardship,] by service of 40d!. yearly. 

PenmuUe in the parish of levele. A moiety of a water-mill, and 
20a. arable, held jointly with Eleanor his wife of the heir of Hugh de 
Mortuo Mari of Richard's Castle, a minor and in the king's wardship, 
by knight's service, of the gift of John de Huntelegh. And the 
said Eleanor peacefully continued her seisin, until the said WilHam's 
death. 

Richard his son, aged 7 on Christmas day last, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 125. (11.) 

415. Thomas de Nevill alias de Nbvilb, de Niville. 

Writ, 6 May, 35 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. 5 June, 35 Edw. I. 

Sniterby. A capital messuage with croft and dovecote, 84a. arable., 
8ja. meadow, 60s. rents of free tenants and 33s. 0|d. rent of ten 
other free tenants, held of the king in chief by serjeanty, viz. of 



EDWARD I. 277 



finding a crossbowman in the king's war for forty days at his own 
charges, for which serjeanty the said Thomas used to render 60s. 
yearly at the exchequer by the hands of the sheriff ; and a bovate 
of land and a water-mill, 2a. arable and la. meadow, held'of the 
king in chief, as of the fee of the earl of Cornwall which is in the 
king's hand, by socage and doing suit of court at the soke of Kirketon 
every six weeks for the said bovate. A free tenant holds the said 
bovate and renders 5s. 8d. yearly, and the mill is worth nothing 
because it is in ruins, and for defect of water. 
He held no other lands &c. in the baihwick. 

Thomas, son of Thomas de Niville son of the deceased, aged 7, is his 
next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 125. (12.) 

41 6. Thomas de Watjmfoed alias de Wampoed. 

Writ, 8 April, 35 Edw. I. 
Devon. Extent made at Blaketoriton on the feast of the Ascension, 

35 Edw. I. 
Wyteleghe. A messuage, 16a. arable and 10a. pasture, held pf Emery 

{Almarico)* la Zouche by service of rendering 10s. yearly and suit 

at his court of Blaketoriton every month. 
Blaketoriton. The hundred held of the same by service of rendering 

13s. 4d. yearly. 

Eichard his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

CoKNWALL. Extent made at Stratton, 6 May, 35 Edw. I. 

. Efford. The hamlet (extent given) held of the king in chief by service 
of a knight's fee, and by service of finding a bedel in the hundred 
of Stratton to levy the king's debts, together with Ranulph de Albo 
Monasterio his co-parcener ; and by service of clearing, likewise 
with the aforesaid Ranulph, a space in front of a certain battle- 
ment {tergendi unarm, placeam coram quodam kernello) of the king's 
castle of Launceveton when there is war in the county. 

Heir as above. 

C. Edw. I. File 125. (13.) 

417. Henry de Hollane. 

Writ, 6 June, 35 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq. 29 June, 35 Edw. I. 

Soltone by Westclyve. Two parts of a messuage, 46a. arable, 7s. 6d. 
rent, rents of 4 cocks and 7 hens at Christmas, 40 eggs at Easter, 
and pleas of court worth 6d. held of Margaret late the wife of Stephen 
de Penecestre by service of two parts of a knight's fee, and by doing 
for the said Margaret 5s. every twenty weeks for the guard of the 
castle of Dover, and suit at the king's hundred of Beawesberghe 
every three weeks, and rendering I2d. yearly for sheriff's turn; 
which lands &c. are of the honour of Peverel ; and 30a. land held 

* ' Emericus ' in Feudal Aids, Vol. I., pp. 373, 374. 



2n iNQUtSIT^ION^. 



jointly with Joan his wife of the gift &c. of Valentine de Byere, 
of the same tenure and by the same service. 
He held no other lands &o. in the baiUwiok. 

"Salomon his son, aged 21 and more, is his next heir. 

Writ of plenius certiorari as to whether or not Stephen de Penecestre and 
Margaret his wife acquired the tenements first above-mentioned of 
Hemry de CramaviU, who held them of the king's father by knight's 
service, and afterwards enfeoffed Henry de Holane thereof &c. 
18 January, 1 Edw. II. 
Kent. Inq. taken at Canterbury on Tuesday after Palm Sunday, 1 Edw. II. 
Soltone by WestcMve. Henry de Cramavile at one time held the tenements 
aforesaid (extent given) of the honour of Peverel by the services 
aforesaid ; and afterwards enfeoffed Stephen de Penecestre and 
Margaret his wife thereof, to hold of him and his heirs by service of 
two parts of a fourth part of a knight's fee and by doing the abovesaid 
services for him ; and the said Stephen and Margaret afterwards 
enfeoffed Henry de HoUane, to hold to him and his heirs of them 
and their heirs by service of ^ knight's fee, and by doing the aforesaid 
services for them. The honour of Peverel was in the king's hand at 
the time when Henry de Crammavill enfeoffed the said Stephen and 
Margaret ; but he would not have had the wardship of the said 
tenements if the said Henry had died leaving an heir under age ; 
and the said Henry and Joan held jointly 30a. land, as ia the 
previous inquisition, and the said Joan still continues her seisin. 

Heir as above. 

Margaret de Pencestre, late the wife of Stephen de Pencestre, was 
warned to be present, but came not in person or by her attorney. 

C. Edw. I. File 125. (14.) 

41 8. Philip le Breton alias le Bretton. 

Writ de diem daueit extremum after the death of the said Philip, who 

held of the heir of John sometime duke of Britanny tenant of 

the king in chief, whilst the said duke's lands &c. were in the king's 

hand, 20 Jan. 35 Edw. I. 
[York.] Inq. made at Richmond, 8 Feb. 35 Edw. I. 

Appelby on Teys {super Teyso). A capital messuage, 12 bovates of land 

in demesne, 14 bovates in the hand of bondmen, 5a. meadow in 

demesne, 7 cottages, and a moiety of a water-mill, held of Thomas 

de Mauneby, knight, by knight's service. 
Forseth. 2a. meadow held of the earl of Richmond by service of Id. 
Caldewell. 2a. meadow held of Thomas de Rich[mond], knight, doing 

nothing for them. 
Sollebery. A capital plot (lying) waste and 25 bovates of land in the 

hand of bondmen, held of Thomas de RaynevUe by homage. 
Stapelton. Six tofts and 7 bovates, held of MUes de Stapelton, knight, 

by knight's service, paying yearly to the said Miles 5\d. for guard 

and fines. 
Walmyre. A capital plot (lying) waste, 14 bovates of land, and 

7 cottages. 



EDWARD I. 279 



Thornehou. 12a. land. 

All held of Henry de Scrop, knight, by knight's service, and 7d. 
for guard by the hand of the same Henry. 

Finegal. The advowson of the church, with rents of | mark from the 
abbot of Jervaulx (Jerovall), lib. cummin from Walter son of Roald 
de Hoton, ^Ib. pepper from Nicholas son of William, and a barbed 
arrow to be received at Christmas from Walter son of Roald ; all 
held of the earl of Richmond by knight's service. 

Thresk. 205. rent from a mill held of Sir John de Moubray. 

Colbrun. A capital messuage, 81a. arable in demesne, 7a. Ir. meadow 
in demesne, 11 bovates of land in the hands of tenants, 4a. wood, 
8 cottages, and a water-mill, held of the earl of Richmond by knight's 
service, and by doing S^d. for guard of the castle of Richmond; 
and 25a. Ir. arable in demesne, la. 3r. meadow, and 3 cottages, 
held of Thomas de Mauneby, knight, by knight's service, paying 
{faciendo) \\d. for the same guard. 

The said Philip at one time held all the aforesaid in fee, and after- 
wards gave them to John de Laybrun, after which a fine was levied in 
the king's court between the said John and Philip and Cassandra 
his wife, by which the said John acknowledged four messuages, 
lands &c. in Colbrun, Appelbye, Solberch, Walmyre, Stapelton 
and Tresk, with the advowson of the church of Finegale, to be the 
right of the same PhiUp and rendered them to the said Philip and 
Cassandra, to hold to them and the heirs of the same Phihp of the 
chief lords of that fee by the services thereto belonging. 

He died on the day of St. Peter in Cathedra, 34 Edw. I. 
John his son, aged 12 on the morrow of St. Lucy, 35 Edw. I, is his next 
heir. 

C. Edw. I. FiU 125 (15.) 

419. Geoffrey de Funtaignes. 

Writ, 28 May, 35 Edw. I. 
Norfolk. Inq. 12 Jime, 35 Edw. I. 

Runham. A third part of the manor (extent given) held of the king 
in chief, by the courtesy of England of the inheritance of Margery 
sometime his wife, by service of a third part of two measures 
{modiorum) of wine and 200 permain pears {jdrorum de parmayns) 
to be paid at the exchequer at the feast of St. Michael. 

The jurors do not know the true heir of the said Margery, because 
she had two sons, Geoffrey the elder and JoUand the younger ; the 
elder took a wife in the coimty of Lincoln and had a son John and 
a daughter Agnes and afterwards died ; and the jurors do not know 
whether these two children are alive or not, for they have never 
lived in Norfolk : the aforesaid Jolland is alive. 

Lincoln. Iriq. made at Lincoln, 25 June, 35 Edw. I. 

He had no lands or tenements in the county. 

John son of Geoffrey de Funtaignes, grandson {nepos) of the aforesaid 
Geoffrey and Margery late his wife, aged 12, is next heir of the said 
Margery. 

C. Edw. I. File 125. (16.) 



280 Inquisitions. 



420. Margery daughter and heir of Roger de Clavbring alias de 

Claveringg, db Clavertngg. 

Writ, 28 June, 35 Edw. I. 
NoETHTTMBERLAND. Inq. made at Boulton, on Sunday after St. Peter ad 
Vincula, 1 Edw. II. 
Caluley. Two parts of a moiety of the manor (extent given), including 
48a. arable held by Walter de EUingham and Robert de Buckeby 
tenants at will, worth 261. 18s. besides (prefer) the lands and tenements 
assigned in dower to Beatrice late the wife of the said Roger de 
Claveringg, are in the king's hand by the death of the said Margery 
by reason of her minority, and are held of the king in chief by service 
of doing suit at the king's county (court) at Newcastle upon Tyne 
every six weeks, and rendering 9s. 8d. yearly to the king's castle of 
Bamburg for truncage, 4s. 5d. at the king's exchequer of Newcastle 
for disafforestation of the forest, 20d. to the same castle for the fence 
month at Midsummer, 35s. 6d. at the same exchequer yearly for a 
certain rent {firma) due there for the king's use at the feasts of 
St. Cuthbert in March and September, and lOd. for oomage. 

Alan de Claveryngg, brother of the said Roger, received yearly 
from the said manor 61. to equalize {pro coequacione) the lands and 
tenements given to the said Roger and Alan in Caluley and 
YettUngton, and so receives 4Z. from the two parts aforesaid. Robert 
son of Roger gave the manor of Caluley and Yethngton to the said 
Roger and Alan jointly, with the king's licence to hold to them and 
the heirs of their bodies, with reversion to the survivor and the heirs of 
his body, and further reversion to the said Robert and his heirs. 

The said Margery died without heir of her body, and the said Alan is 
28 years of age. 

C. Edw. I. File 125. (17.) 

421 . Adam de Twynham alias de Tuttnham, de Thuynham. 

Writ, 2 March, 35 Edw. I. 
Hertford. Inq. Saturday in Easter week, 35 Edw. I. 

Mardeleg alias Mardeleye hamlet. A capital messuage, 120a. land, 
5a. wood, 18s. rent of freemen, works of customers and rents of 
cocks, hens, capons, geese and eggs, and 14d. pro pane de exennio, 
held in free socage of Advicia late the wife of Robert de Lacy by 
service of 20s. yearly. The said Adam also owed for certain tenements 
which he held there 2s. yearly to the abbot of Redingg, and 5s. to 
the lord of Dacheworthe. 

Walter his son, aged 15, is his next heir. 

Writ, 2 March, 35 Edw. I. 
Cumberland. Inq. made at CarHsle on Palm Sunday, 35 Edw. I. 

Skelton. Tenants of 20 bovates of land who render 76s. yearly and 
services, 9 cottages, 43a. land and 20a. meadow iu demesne, a third 
part of a mill, a skala worth in herbage 65. 8d. yearly, and pleas &c. 
of court, held of the king in chief by homage and by 8s. 10|d. comage 
yearly to the sheriff of Cumberland for the king's use, and 235. 5|d. 
are due for food (putur') of the king's foresters of Englewod, and 
for their turns. 



EDWARD I. 281 



Kirkandres. Certain lands and tenements (unspecified) worth 435. 
held of the king by homage and by cornage as abovesaid. 

Brigham. A moiety of the town (extent given) held of the king in chief, 
as of the honour of Cokermu, by homage and by 2s. 6d. cornage, 
and doing suit at the king's court of Ookerm[u] every three weeks. 

Skelton. A sixth part of the advowson of the church. 

Brigham. A moiety of the advowson of the church. 

Levington. A sixth part of the advowson of the church. 

Stapelton. A sixth part of the advowson of the church. 

Heir as above, aged 13 and more. 

Westmorland. Inq. made at Appelby, on Thursday after the Annunciation, 
35 Edw. I. 
Yanenwyt. The manor held of Ranulph son of William, of the barony 
of Dufton, by homage and service, and by 8s. &d. cornage yearly, 
and by turn and ' wytnesmane ' at the manor of Dufton. The 
manor is worth 181. 7s. 8d. yearly besides the dower of Margaret 
late the wife of Robert de Yanenwyt. 

Heir as above, aged 14. 

{Endorsed.) The king grants that the earl of Lincoln may have two 
parts of the lands and tenements contained ia this inquisition, 
which are extended at 121. 5s. yearly, dower being deducted, until 
the lawful age of Walter de Twynham, for 100 marks, in part pay- 
ment of 4,000 marks granted to him by the king for the land of the 
steward of Scotland, and if the said Walter shall die before the 
earl has levied the said 100 marks &c. the king and his heirs shall 
make him or his executors recompense for what is deficient, and so 
let it be done concerning other lands assigned to him. 

Letter to ' his lord ' William de Hamelton, the king's chancellor. 
The king has granted to the earl of Lincoln two parts of the lands &c. 
which were of Adam de Twynham in Westmoreland, according 
to the form endorsed on an inquisition, which the Avriter sends by 
the bearer, in order that the chancellor may cause the king's letters 
to be made accordingly, Carhsle, 6 April. 

C. Edw. I. File 125. (18.) 

422. Abam de CtrMPTONE alias de Compton. 

Writ, 10 Dec. 35 Edw. I. 
SotrTHAMPTON ; Isle op Wight. Inq. 18 Dec. 35 Edw. I. 

Compton. Two parts of the manor (extent given with names of tenants), 

including 40a. arable in Atherfeld held by Ralph de Waverton, 

a free tenant, by service of J knight's fee and suit of court, held of 

the king in chief by service of | knight's fee. 
Atherfeld. 6d. yearly rent from a free tenant held of Baldwin de Insula 

by service of | knight's fee and doing suit of court every three weeks. 
Compton. 13a. arable held of the abbot of Lira by service of 6s. yearly. 
(Unspecified.) |a. pasture held of Richard de Asseton by service of a 

pair of gloves. 
Fressewater. 2d. yearly rent from a free tenant, held of the king as 

of the manor of Fressewater, which manor Mary a nun of Ambersbury, 



282 INQUISITIONS. 



the king's daughter, holds for her life, by service of two attendances 
ifldventus) yearly at the court of Fressewater. 
He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 
John his son, aged 8 on Whitsunday, 34 Edw. I, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 125. (19.) 

423. Walter db Rudham. 

Writ, 26 Nov. 35 Edw. I. 
Buckingham. Inq. Wednesday the feast of St. Thomas the Apostle, 

35 Edw. I. ,. ,j ^ ,. 

Messeworth. A fourth part of the manor (extent given) held of the 

king in chief, as of the honour of Wallyngford, by service of J knight's 

fee. 
Draytone Beauchamp. 2a. wood held of the heirs of William de 

Beauchamp by service of 12d. yearly ; and 28|a. arable and a 

moiety of a water-mill held of Ralph de Wedone by service of 3s. 2d. 

yearly. 

He held no other lands &c. in the baiUwick. 

WiUiam Bygod, his grandson* {nepoa), aged 40 and more, is his next 

heir. 

C. Edw. J. File 125. (20.) 

424. William lb Flbmeng alias lb Flemyng. 

Writ, 28 May, 35 Edw. I. 
YoKK. Inq. taken at Preston in Craven on Friday after St. Barnabas, 
35 Edw. I. 

Wath. A knight's fee in the manor, the issues whereof are unknown 
to the jury because it is in the wapentake of Strafford, held of the 
king in chief, as of the honour of the castle of Skipton in Craven, 
by foreign service and suit at the court of Skypton every three 
weeks. 

Routhmel. The manor held of Sir Henry de Percy by foreign service. 

He died on Satiu:day after the Invention of the Holy Cross, 
35 Edw. I. Reyner his son, aged 33 at Christmas in the same year, is 
his next heir. 

York. Inq. Sunday before St. Barnabas, 35 Edw. I. 

Wath. The manor (extent given) held of the honour of the castle of 
Skypton, which castle is now in the king's hand, of the king in chief 
by service of a knight's fee at the castle of Skypton, and by wardship 
(ward'), marriage, relief, homage and fealty when they occur, and 
scutage of the said castle when it runs, and suit at the court of 
Skipton every three weeks, and the manor renders at the feast of 
the Purification 65. 8d. yearly for blanch farm at the wapentake 
of Strafford and 2s. Id. yearly for a rent called Schirrefstoth, and 
owes an attendance at the wapentake (court) of Strafford. 

Including : — 
Wath. Free tenants who render 60s. yearly. 

* See Calendar oi Fine Rolls, p. 551. 



fiDWARl) 1. &83 



Derfeld. I2d. yearly from Robert de Boisvill and 6s. from Adam 

Boisvill. 
Wambwell. 4s. yearly from Robert de Wambwell and suit at the 

court of Wath. 
Derfeld. The town is held by Sir William son of William, Robert de 

Boisvill and Adam Boisvill, by rendering the 7s. abovesaid 

and by suit at the court of Wath every three weeks. 
Bramton Birlagh. A fourth part of the town. 
Holand. A fourth part of the town. 

Both held of the said manor by suit of court every three weeks. 
Worteley. The manor is held by Nicholas de Worteley of the manor 

of Wath by suit of court, and scutage when it runs. 
Thorpe. 2 bovates of land are held by William Clarell, rendering 

id. yearly, suit of court, and scutage when it runs. 
Clyfton. The manor (extent- given) held of the earl of Warr[enne] 

by fealty and suit at his court of Wakefeud every three weeks, 

and a rent of 20s. yearly. 
Dalton. The town (extent given) whereof one moiety held of 

Sir Thomas de Burgh and the other moiety of Lady Margaret de 

Nevill by homage and fealty. 
He died on Saturday before Whitsunday last. 

Reginald his son, aged 40 and more, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 125. (21.) 

425. Robert de Babkewobthe. 

Writ, 16 May, 35 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. made at Homcastre, 4 June, 35 Edw. I. 

Polum. A capital messuage, 80a. arable, 3a. meadow, 2 customers 
who hold 2 bovates, and render 13s. 4d. yearly, do (specified) works 
and give 3 cocks and 9 hens at Christmas, and 70 eggs at Easter, 
8 cottars who render 20s. &d. 7 of whom do 14 autumn works, 
and 7 hens at Christmas, held of the king in chief as of the barony of 
' Gaunt,' which is in the king's hand, by service of \ knight's fee 
and suit at the king's court of Folkingham every three weeks ; and 
16a. arable and 10a. wood, held of the earl of Lincoln by service of 
\2d. yearly and of ^ knight's fee. 

Horsinton. A bovate and a half of arable land, and 4Ja. Ir. meadow, 
held of William de Belesby by service of -^ knight's fee, and by 
rendering to him %d. yearly for the said meadow ; a bovate of land 
held of Philip de Withren, service unknown ; and six tenements held 
in villenage, tenure and service unknown, which render 21s. 9d. 
yearly, works &c. 

Asqeby alias Askeby. Certain lands held by tenants who pay 105s. 2\d. 
rent, and pleas &c. of court worth 2s., held of Ranulph de Neville 
by service of \ knight's fee. 

Barkeworth. A messuage, 84a. arable, and 3a. meadow, held of the heir 
of John de Worth, a minor and in the king's wardship, by service 
of 2s. 4sd. yearly and suit at the said John's court of Barkworth 
every three weeks ; two bovates of land held of the same heir, as 
of the barony of Scoteny which is in the king's hand, service 
unknown ; a bovate of land held oi Nicholas Tuchet by service of 



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12d. yearly ; and two bovates of arable land held of John de Orreby 
by service of . . . yearly. 
Herpeswell. A capital messuage, 8 bovates of arable land containing 
128a., 6a. meadow, and 51s. Id. rent of free tenants, held of 
William le Breton, knight, by service of a pair of spurs worth 6d. at 
Easter ; and a tenement held by a free tenant who pays the afore- 
said Robert half a mark yearly, held of John de Redeborne, service 
unknown. 
He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

Ralph his son, aged 10 years and more, is his next heir. 

Writ to the escheator to enquire whether the barony of ' Gaunt ' is in 
the king's hand as of the crown, and whether the aforesaid Robert 
held elsewhere of the king in chief, or not, 15 June, 35 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. made at Wraggeby, I.July, 35 Edw. I. 

The barony of ' Gatint ' is not in the king's hand as of the crown 
but by reason of a feoffment which Gilbert de Gaunt, who once held 
the barony of the king in chief, made thereof to the present king. 
The said Robert held no lands or tenements of the king in chief 
as of the crown. 

G. Edw. I. File 126. (1.) 

426. Peter de la Htjse alias de la Hoese. 

Writ, 25 Jan. 35 Edw. I. 
Berks. Extent 24 Feb. 35 Edw. I. 

Finchamstede. A capital messuage, 80a. arable, 4a. meadow, 3a. several 
pasture, a common pasture, 10a. wood, 64s. 4d. rent of free tenants, 
49s. lOJd. rent of villeins and their works worth 43s. 5d., held of the 
inheritance of Agatha sometime his wife, of Robert Achard by 
service of | knight's fee. 

Peter, son of the said Peter and Agatha, aged 24 and more^ is their 
next heir. 

Wilts. Inq. taken at Chyppenham, 24 Feb. 35 Edw. 1. 

Roudone. The manor (full extent given), including four small sokemen 
(parvi sokemanni) who render 53s. 4d. yearly, and 37 cottars 
belonging to the manor in the town of Chyppenham, two fulling 
mills, and a fishery for eels in the Aven about Michaelmas, held of 
the king in chief at fee farm by service of rendering 11. 10s. yearly, 
which farm has been assigned by the king to the present queen. 
Peter his son, aged 21 and more, is his next heir. 

G. Edw. I. File 126. (2.) 

427. Margaret de Ros. 

Writ, 30 Jan. 35 Edw. I. 
Westmorland. Inq. made at Appelby on Thursday before St. Gregory, 
35 Edw. I. 
Kendal. A moiety of the barony of Kendal, except the vale of Kentmer, 
held at one time of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee ; out 



EDWARD I. 285 



of which moiety of the barony she enfeoffed : — Roger de Lancastre 
of the vale of Ridale to hold of the king in chief by service of J 
knight's fee, whereof he has the king's charter ; Wilham de Ros, 
her son, of the castle of Kirkeby in Kendal with a fourth part of the 
town of Kirkeby and with the hamlets of Hoton, Haye, Scalthaytrige, 
Stirkeland RandoH, and Grenrige, with 45a. land of the demesne of 
Helsington, and the tenures of William son of Adam and Henry de 
Wytfalhevd in Hogayl, with the mills of the castle (1) {de Castro), 
Hoton, Grenrige, Styrkeland RandoHe and Dillaker, and a moiety of 
the mills of Patton, Grarige and Respton, to hold to him and the 
heirs of his body, with remainder to Marmaduke de Thweng and 
his heirs, of the king in chief by service of a moiety of three parts 
of a knight's fee, whereof the said William has the king's charter of 
confirmation, and a fine was levied between hito and the said 
Margaret, so that she had no fee or free tenement therein ; 
Marmaduke de Thweng of the manor of Helsington except i5a. of 
demesne, a fourth part of the town of Kyrkeby in Kendal with the 
hamlets of Hogayl and Stavelay except the tenures of Wilham son 
of Adam and Henry de Wytfalhefud in Hogayl, a moiety of the 
hamlets of Crosthayth, Gresmer and Langden, and the mill of 
Helsington with a moiety of the mills of Crosthayth, Respton, 
Gresmer and Langden, to hold to him and the heirs of his body, 
with remainder to William de Ros and his heirs, of the king in chief 
by service of a moiety of three parts of a knight's fee, whereof the 
said Marmaduke has the king's charter of confirmation, and a fine 
was levied between him and the said Margaret, so that she had 
no fee or free tenement therein. 

Margaret^ and Isabel, daughters of Robert de Ros of Werk, aged 15 
and 12 respectively, are her next heirs in blood. 

C.Edw.I. File 126. (3.) 

428. Gtty de Bbiane. 

Writ, 18 July, 35 Edw. I. 
Devon. Inq. made at Toriton, 4 Aug. 35 Edw. I. 

Nymyd St. George. 46s. 2d. rent from free tenants of Walter de Sully. 

Toriton manor. 75s. 8d. rent from free foreign men of the same Walter. 

Kylmeton. 32s. 5d. rent from free tenants of the same Walter. 

Lyw. 45s. 9d. rent from free tenants of the same Walter. 

All held jointly by the said Guy and Sibyl bis wife, by the 
enfeoffment, with the king's licence, of Walter de Sully one of the 
heirs of the barony of Toriton, to hold in free marriage, to them 
and the heirs of their bodies, by service of a rose yearly ; with 
reversion, if the said Sibyl should die without heir of her body, 
to the said Walter and his heirs. The barony of Toriton is held 
of the king in chief, and all the aforesaid rent was, before the said 
enfeoffment, as foreign rent pertaining to the said Walter's pourparty 
of that barony. The jury know the said rents &c. were alienated 
in form aforesaid, because they have seen the tenants, who say that 
they have attorned to the said Guy and Sibyl concerning the said 
rents &c. by the king's precept. 

Guy, son of the said Guy, aged 24, is his heir begotten of the said Sibyl, 



286 INQUISITIONS. 



Devon. Inq. 1 Aug. 35 Edw. I. 

Slapton. The manor (extent given) held of Hugh de Curteney by 
service of a knight's fee. 

Guy his son, aged 24 and more, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 126. (4.) 

429. John Maetbl. 

Writ, 4 June, 35 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. made at Colecestre, 2 July, 35 Edw. I. 

Rowenhal alias Rywenhale. A moiety of a manor (extent given) held by 
the said John of the king in chief as of the honour of Boulogne by 
service of the serjeanty of finding in the king's war, together with 
another his parcener, a man [with] a horse at their own charges for 
forty days ; and 41a. land held of WilUam de Carleton in Falkebum, 
rendering 5«. yearly, 3a. land held of John Page by service of 2d., 
8a. land held of Robert de Scales by service of Id., 5a. land held 
of Richard Colemon by service of Id., and lla. land held of Beatrice 
de Essex and William Coyntrel by service of 3d., of all of which 
he was enfeoffed jointly with Ahce his wife, who continued her 
seisin until his death. 

Ardlee.. A manor (extent given) held by the said John of the earl of 
Hereford by service of a knight's fee. 

He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

WiUiam his son, aged 16 and more, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 126. (5.) 

430. Philip de Chattncy. 

Writ, 13 May, 35 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. 4 June, 35 Edw. I. 

Swinehoppe. A capital messuage &c., a water-mill, 296o. arable, 30a. 
meadow, 8 free tenants, 2 tenants who hold 2 bovates of land 
at will, 17 tenants in villenage, a customer who holds half a bovate 
of land, 6 cottars, and pleas &c. of court, held of the king in chief 
by service of a knight's fee, and by rendering yearly for two parts 
of the said lands &c., 10s. to the earl of Richmond for castle guard. 
WiUiam his son, aged 17, is his next heir. 

Lincoln. Inq. made at Kirketon in Kesteven, 10 June, 35 Edw. I. 

Billingeye. A capital messuage with a ' ker,' 48a. arable, 37a. pasture 
in the marsh, a booth {selda) on the Wime in the said marsh which 
is worth for the ferry across the river Ss. yearly, a fishery, 2 free 
tenants, a free tenant who holds a toft and a bovate of land for 
life, 4 customers, 2 cottars, and pleas &c. of court, tenure unknown. 
The said Philip enfeoffed Roger Bemak of Humberstain and Maud 
his wife and the heirs of their bodies by charter, in 50s. yearly to 
be received from these tenements until he had paid them 50 marks 
stirUng in one payment (una vice). 

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Lincoln. Inq. made at Horucastre,. 2 June, 35 Edw. I. 

Skraifeld. 6?. 17s. 5\d. rent from 8 free tenants, 11 customers each 
holding a messuage and a bovate of land, and 4 cottars (named), 
held of the earl of Lincoln by service of J knight's fee. 

Heir as above. 

Lincoln. Inq. 1 June, 35 Edw. I. 

Cotes. A capital messuage, 75a. arable, 60a. meadow, 6a. several pasture, 
a several croft, 79s. lid. rent from free tenants (named), 52s. &d. 
rent from customers (named), and Qs. from cottars (named), held 
of the earl of Lincoln by service of | knight's fee. 

C.Edw.I. File 12Q. (6.) 

431. John Byset alias Biset. 

Writ, 8 May, 35 Edw. I. 
WoRCESTEE. Inq.* 27 July, 35 Edw. I. 

Kydermenstre. A messuage &c., a moiety of 3 water-mills, 10a. meadow, 
160a. arable, 2 woods, J mark rent from Peter de Aglserwe a tenant 
by royal service, 8?. lis. 4cd. rents of tenants (named) who hold by 
homage and socage, 23s. ?>\d. rent sec from tenants (named), 115s. 
rent from 63 burgesses holding freely by socage, 7s. lOd. from cottars 
and 10s. 8^^. from customers (named), 107s. lid. rent from (other) 
customers, 1 mark chevage (capitagium)-with ' medueselver,' and pleas 
&c. of court with toll, held of the king in chief by service of 
^ knight's fee. 

John his son, aged 5 on 26 March in the year abovesaid, is his next heir. 

Southampton. Inq. taken at Fordyngbrygge, 17 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Rokeberne alias Rokeburne. The manor (extent given), including 
2 parks containing 100a. of great oaks, held of the king in chief by 
service of J knight's fee ; 3 cottars held as in free socage of John 
Coty by service of a rose ; 2 cottars held in free socage of Peter le 
Bertevyle by service of a rose ; 4a. meadow in Boyemed held in 
free socage of John de Burgate by service of ^d. rent yearly ; 
3a. great wood in ' la Frythwode ' and 2a. marsh, held in free socage 
of Reyner (?) (Begno) de Tudeputte by service of a clove gilly- 
flower ; and 5a. meadow held in free socage of John Baldewyne 
by service of I6d. 

Elyngham. 2a. meadow held in free socage of John de Lyndwode by 
service of ^d. 

Gorle hamlet. A free tenement held in free socage of John de Rypariis 
by service of Jd. ; 8 customers similarly held by service of |fZ., 
who ought to give 35. &d. yearly on the feast of St. Martin, called 
' larderselver.' 

Heir as above, aged 5 on Easter day; 35 Edw. I. 

Wilts. Inq.-\ taken at Wylton, 25 May, 35 Edw. I. (defective). 

Comb by Salisbury. A moiety of the manor (full extent given with names 
of tenants) held of the lang in chief by service of ^ knight's fee. 

* See Worcester Historical Society, Worcester Inquisitions, Vol ii, No. 16, where there is a 
complete translation of this inquisition. 

j- See Index Library, Wiltshire Inquisitions, Henry Ill-Edward II, p. 332, where there ig a 
complete translation of this inquisition. 



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Stapelham. A messuage and 33a. land held of John de Wroxale by 
service of rendering 1Z&. pepper yearly ; 10a. land held of Robert 
de la Hyde by service of rendering 6|d. yearly ; and 4a. land held 

of rendering nothing. 

And there are paid yearly to William de la Hume for his 

life, from whom he acquired the said tenements. 

Heir, John 

Wilts. Inq* taken at Wereministre, 27 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Chapel Asshtone. Two carucates of land (full extent given with names of 
tenants), including pleas &c. of court, held of the abbess of Romesye 
in free socage by service of rendering 40s. yearly, and doing suit 
at her court every three weeks. 
Heir as above, aged 5 on Easter day last. 

Extent or summary of the above lands and tenements. 
WoECESTER. Ky[dermene]stre. The manor. 
SoTJTHAMPTON. Rokebume. The manor with certain tenements in Gorle 

and Elingham. 
Wilts. Chapel Assheton. Certain tenements. 
Combe by SaUsbury. A moiety of the manor. 
Stapelham. Certain tenements. 

Divided into two parts and a third part. 

C. Edw. I. File 126. (7.) 

432. Thomas de Abbeesbfry alias de EDBBURBtrRY, de AppERstrRY, 
DE Aperbtjry. 

Writ, 8 May, 35 Edw. I. 
[Oxford.] Inq. . . June, 35 Edw. I. {defective.) 

Sulthom. The manor (fuU extent given with names of tenants) held 
of the heir of John de Luvetot, service imknown, but 6s. 8d. ought 
to be paid to the king yearly at the feast of St. Michael. 

Walter de Edbbur[bury], brother of the said Master Thomas, aged 40 
and more, is his next heir. 

Oxford. Extent. 32 {sic) May, 35 Edw. I. 

Stupelaston. The manor (fuU extent given with names of tenants, 
who are all free, including the prioress of Stodleghe,) held of 
Sir William de Leybourn by service of a knight's fee ; and 45. yearly 
ought to be paid to the sheriff for view. 

Heir as above, aged 30 and more. 

Beeks. Extent. 23 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Dynynton. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), 
including 3a. meadow and a water-miU at Miggham held of the prior 
of Sandelford, and 2a. meadow in la Wydemede held of the abbot 
of Radyngs, held of the king in chief, as of the honour of Wallyngf ord, 
by service of | knight's fee ; and 22s. yearly ought to be paid from 
the mill of Migham to the prior of Sandelford. 

Heir as last above. 

* See Index Library, Wiltshire Inquisitions, Henry III-EditXird II, p. 332, where there is a 
complete translation of th|s inquisition. 



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Berks. Extent, 24 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Enebourn. A capital messuage &o., 49a. arable, 4«. meadow, a common 
pasture, 3a. wood, and rents of free and customary tenants and 
cottagers (named), held of the abbess of Romeseye by service of 
55s. yearly ; which tenements James de Crawele and Agnes his 
wife had for their lives of the gift of the said Thomas, rendering 
6 marks yearly, with reversion to his true heirs. 

Heir as last above. 

C. Edw. I. File 126. (8.) 



433. Robert de la Warde. 

Writ, 25 Jan. 35 Edw. I. 
Middlesex. Inq. 17 Feb. 35 Edw. I. 

Hevedehuth in the town of Westminster. A capital messuage with 
garden, and a plot of ground adjacent, held of the abbot of 
Westminster by service of 5s. 2d. yearly. 

Heir unknown because Idonea late the wife of the said Robert, who 
is pregnant by him, has not get given birth. 

Derby. Inq. 29 March, 35 Edw. I. 

La Newehalle. The manor (full extent given with names of some 
customary tenants), including 3 fishponds {vivaria), parks called 
Boyle and Wlfay, a foreign wood called Malepert, a rabbit warren, 
and pits of sea coal {putei carbonum maris) worth 40s. yearly, held 
of Theobald de Verdun by service of I knight's fee and doing the 
scutage pertaining to such a tenement when it occurs ; and lis. 
yearly ought to be paid to the abbot of Burton upon Trent. 

Joan his daughter by his first wife, whom Hugh Meynyl married, 
aged 32, and Margaret his daughter by his second wife, aged 9, are his 
next heirs. 

LrNCOLK. Iriq. 24 March, 35 Edw. I. 

Barton upon Humbre. Eight free tenants rendering 102s. lOd. yearly, 
and a bondman {nativus) rendering 22s. yearly, held of Reginald 
de Grey by service of a pair of gilt spurs yearly. 

. Joan his daughter, aged 32, whom Hugh de Meynhill married, is his 
next heir apparent: Ida his wife is pregnant, but the jurors do not 
know whether it is of the male or female sex, before it is bom. 

Leicester. Inq. 6 March, 35 Edw. I. 

Melton Mombray alias Mumbray. 67s. 8c?. yearly rent (names of tenants 
given) and an oven with the suit thereof worth 53s. 4:d., saving 1 mark 
which ought to be paid to the prioress and nuns of Staunf ord, held 
of the king in chief by service of J knight's fee, doing the scutage 
due from such a tenement ; which rent and oven he had of the 
enfeoffment of Roger de Mumbray to hold to him and his heirs ; 
and 12s. yearly rent held of John de Monbray, rendering to him Id. 
yearly. And the said Roger has retained the pleas &c. in his own 
possession. 

Heir as last above. 

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290 INQUISITIONS. 



Lbiobstbe. Inq. 5 March, 35 Edw. I. 

Burton Noveray. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), 
including a plot {'placea) of meadow of gross hay called ' la more,' 
held of Wilham de Ferariis by service of two parts of a knight's 
fee, doing scutage when it occurs, as much as pertains to such a 
tenement, and suit of court every three weeks, rendering moreover 
55. yearly to Roger le Bret, and also to one Agatha de Herteshom, 
one of the cottars of the manor, by his bond, for a tenement in 
Herteshorn which he bought of her, \qr. of com, price 4s., \qr. 
of beans, price 35., \qr. of barley, price 35., and \qr. of oats, London 
measure, price 25. 

Heir as last above. 

Leicester. Inq. 4 March, 35 Edw. I. 

Upton. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), whereof he 
held the capital messuage with 20 virgates of land in demesne of 
WUUam de Ferariis by service of \ knight's fee, doing the scutage 
pertaining to such a tenement, and 12 virgates of land in demesne 
of Robert de Chaunpaygne by service of \ knight's fee and doing 
similar scutage. 

Heir as last above. 

Lbicesteb. Assignment of dower to Ida late the wife of the said Robert de 
la Warde in the manor of Burton Noveray (details given with names 
of tenants), 15 April, 35 Edw. I {defaced). 

Leicester. Similar assignment of dower in the manor of Upton (details 
given with field names and names of tenants), .... 35 Edw. I. 

Writ of plenius certiorari on the complaint of Ida, late the wife of the said 
Robert, that the escheator had taken into the king's hand the manor 
of Shupland, co. Essex, whereof Robert son of Walter her father 
had enfeofEed her jointly with her late husband, making no mention 
thereof in the extents returned into the chancery, 16 April, 35 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. 10 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Shopland. Robert son of Walter enfeofEed Robert de la Warde and 
Ida his wife of the manor, to hold to them and the heirs of the said 
Robert de la Warde, and they peacefully held it untU the death 
of Robert de la Warde. It is held of the king, as of the honour of 
Boulogne, by service of a knight's fee. 

C.Edw.I. File 126. (9.) 



434. Roger le Bygod alias lb Bigod, earl of Norfolk and marshal 
of England. 

Writ, 6 Dec. 35 Edw. I. 
London City. Inq. 5 Feb. 35 Edw. I. 

Houses with a little garden at ' la Brokene Werf,' and 4Z. 16d. rent for 
messuages which Richard de Okie, Ahce de Hamme, Thomas de 
Shirboum, John de la Doune, John de Cripelgate, Richard 
Gladewyne and William le Fevere hold,, tenure ui^xtpwHt 



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Cambridge. Iiiq. 28 Dec. 35 Edw. I. 

Kenet. The manor (extent given), including a rabbit warren {fMnukbrius), 
whereof he was enfeoffed jointly with Alice his wife by the king's 
gift, to hold to them and the heirs of the body of the said Roger 
with reversion to the king and his heirs, held of the earl of Warrfenne] 
by service of 2 knights' fees. 

He had no heir of his body and all his lands &c. ought to revert to the 
king by the form of the aforesaid gift. 

Essex. Ing. 20 Dec. 35 Edw. I. 

Dovercurt. The manor held jointly as above of the earl of Oxford by 
service of a knight's fee. 

Essex. Inq. 18 Dec. 35 Edw. I {defective). 

[Romford.] A capital messuage, 180a. arable, 5a. [meadow], 100a. pasture 
called Layes, a devastated wood, and 535. 4rf. assised (rent), held 
in fee tail to him and the heirs of his body by the king's gift, of 
John de Cretingge by service of rendering [lei!, yearly]. 

of the said Roger, aged 40 years, is his next heir, but the 

tenements aforesaid ought to revert [to the king and his heirs] as above- 
said, because the said Roger had no lawful issue. 

Essex. Inq. 15 Dec. 35 Edw. I. 

Great Chestreford. The manor (extent given), including a park, a 
water-mill from which the prior of Theford receives yearly 40s. 
by ancient, feoffment, and works of molemanni and cotemanni, held 
in fee tail by the king's gift as above, of the king in chief by service 
of 45. to be paid yearly at the king's exchequer. 

John le Bigod, his brother, aged 40, is his next heir, but this 
manor ought to remain to the king and his heirs by the form of the grant 
aforesaid. 

Heetforb [and Bedford]. Extent, Wednesday before the Epiphany, 
35 Edw. I. 
Westone. . The manor (full extent given with details of services), including 
a park called Yppegrave in which there are no deer (fere) and another 
park in which there are deer, rents of John Peyver and other free 
tenants (not named), and 455. common fine at the views of frank- 
pedge of Westone, Stagenho, Henxsteworthe, Stratle, Evertone, 
Melnhoo, Dunton and Strattone, held of the king's gift,' before the said 
Roger married Alice Henaud his wife, to hold to him and the heirs 
of his body by the service for the Marchalcy of England pertaining 
to such a tenement (per servicium quod pertinet ad tantum tenementum 
pro Marscalcia Anglie). 

Each free tenant of the manor when by summons he does his 
' bederipp ' shall have a loaf of a sixth part of a bushel of 
wheat, without drink, and companage (cumpernagium) to the value of 
Id. and enough pottage, or they shall not do the work. And there 
are 5 customers, each of whom owes a bushel of ' bensed ' at the winter 
sowing, and ought to have from the lord Id., and for every day's! 
mowing shall have as much grass as he can raise on to his back with 
the -point of his scythe at one time (tc^nfurn h^rbagium qyantuw, semel 



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levare ppssunt cum jmncto falce super tergum suum), and at the end 
of the ihowing they shall have a good sheep (1 mdiorend, multonem) 
from the lord's fold. 
Weston. 139a. arable acquired jomtly with Ahce his wife of Giles de 
Argenteem to them and their heirs. 

Berks. Extent, 21 Dec. 35 Edw. I. 

Hamestede Mareschal. The manor which is the head manor of the 
Marshalcy of England (full extent given with names and services 
of tenants), including a fishery, held in fee taU to him and the heirs 
of his body, by the king's gift, of the king in chief by service of a 
knight's fee. 
John le Bygod, his brother, is his next heir, and of full age (?). 

Sttssbx. Inq. made at Fontington, 25 Dec. 35 Edw. I. 

Stoke. The 'manor (extent given), including the reaping of I8a. in 
autumn by 19 customers, by the custom caUed ' gavelrip,' held of 
the bishop of Exeter by' service of a knight's fee, and by rendering 
45. yearly at the bishop's manor of Chudeham and doing suit at his 
court there every three weeks. 

Thomeye. The manor (extent given) held of the bishop of Exeter by 
service of \ knight's fee. 

Stokton. The manor (extent given) held of the earl of Arundel by service 
of rendering yearly \lb. pepper at the earl's manor of Westbome. 

Heir as above, aged 40, but all the tenements aforesaid ought to 
remain to the king by a certain feoffment formerly made to the king 
by the aforesaid earl. 

StrssEX. Inq. 24 Dec. 35 Edw. I. 

Boseham. The manor (fuU extent given), including a free tenement, 
viz., the heir of WiUiam de Gardino, who renders 100s. yearly 
which the earl ought to render to the archbishop of Canterbury 
at his manor of Nitimbre, with the hamlet of Fontyngton, the 
hundred of Boseham, and lastage from Langestone to Pevenese, 
held in fee tail to him and the heirs of his body by the king's gift, 
of the king in chief by service of rendering at the exchequer 42?. 
yearly for fee farm ; and there are due to the vicar of the church of 
Holy Trinity, Boseham, 13s. 4ci. yearly of ancient custom. 
Fontyngton. The hamlet (extent given), including customs of reaping 
called ' gavelrip ' and ' waterbedrip,' held as above. 
Heir &c. as last above. 

NoBTOLK. Inq. made at Great Yarmouth, 4 Jan. 35 Edw. I. 

Jemem(uth). A messuage, the houses on which are in ruin and without 
roofs, held of Thomas le Clerk by service of 2s., and of John Aleyn 
by service of 5d. yearly ; and a plot (flacea), not built on, 54/«. by 
30/^. held of John Aleyn by service of 2d. yearly. These belong to 
the king by a surrender made thereof by the said Roger, together 
with his other lands &c. in England, Wales and Ireland. 

Sttffolk. Inq. made at Ipswich, 2 Jan. 35 Edw. I (defaced and defective). 
Framelihgham. The manor (full extent given), including a castle, the 
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constable . . . . , parks with deer called Olddefrith, Buttrehagh(?), 
Bradilhagh and Newehagh, a market, a windmill at Hacheston, 
three fishponds (vivaria) in the great park by the castle, 50s. yearly 
from ' motpund,' ' newehagh ' and ' gressilver,' rents at Hacheston, 
and pleas &c. of court with views of frank pledge at Framelingham 
and Hacheston, held of the king in chief by the surrender of the 
earl to the king and the re-feo£Ement by the king to the said earl, 
service unknown. 

Hoo. 25a. meadow by the perch of 16|/<., a parcel of several pasture, 
a wood called Smethislee containing 20a., a water-miU, rents with 
sheriff's aid worth Ql. 14s. O^d., small rents in kind and works, and 
perquisites of view of frankpledge in the hundred of Lose. John de 

Gaston (?) and hold 201. of land in the said manor of 

Hoo for their Uves, the reversion whereof pertains to the king for 
the reason abovesaid. 

Saham. [The manor] (extent given) including a park with deer. 

Bungeye. The castle with its precincts (procinctu) [and the manor] 
(extent given), including pastures called ' SorelUs pasture ' and 
' le Brok,' a park called ' Stow park,' woods called ' PutereUsheg ' 
and ' le Hauth,' alder woods called ' Stowe fen ' and ' Harcroft,' a 
market every Saturday, a yearly fair at each feast of the Holy Cross, 
a several fishery, poll money, faldage, and pleas &c. of courts. 

[D]oningworth. [The manor] (extent given). 

Staverton. [The manor] (extent given) including a park, herbage at 
Olddemor and Chisfen, a fishery in the pond {stagno) and a custom 
called ' bedelrye ' at Michaelmas worth 10s. 

Holeslee. [The manor] (extent given) including heath, a fair (feria) 
at the feast of St. Margaret, 6s. 8d. from the men of Sutton for 
mill suit, 30s. ' motfee,' and a custom called ' bedelry ' worth 15s. 
yearly. 

Keleshale. [The manor] (extent given) including a park 2 leagues in 
circuit with deer, with the fishery of a fishpond (vivarii) there worth 
2s. ; and woods called Somerishagh, Horshagh and Oneshegh. 

[Cratfeld.] Rents and services (extent given) including ' maltsilver.' 

[Waleton. The manor] (extent given) including 160a. arable by the 
perch of 18ft., a heath, a little marsh called Thorpfen, herbage of 
' le Waltdikys,'- herbage of the swamp (?) (stagno) of Coweswell, herbage 
at castrum fractum, a fair at the feast of the Translation of St. Thomas 
the Martyr, and customs called ' hejrwardpeny ' and ' bedelrye.' 

Ipswich. A quay (kayum) and old houses worth 10s. yearly. 

Stanham. The manor (extent given) including a wood called Howode, 
' govilerth ' and reapings of 84a. of wheat and barley called 
'gavelrepe,' held of the earl of Lancaster by service of 30s. &d. yearly 
for the guard of the castle of Lancastre. 

Kenet. The manor (extent given), part in Suffolk including the reaping 
of 36a. of ' govilrepe,' and the residue in co. Cambridge, held jointly 
, by the said Roger and Alice his wife, by the king's enfeoffment, 
of the king in chief, service unknown. 

Heir as above ; but all the tenements aforesaid ought to revert to 
the king and his heirs by the form of the surrender and re-feoffment 
aforesaid. 



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Gloucbstee. Jrag. taken by a jury of twelve of the borough of Strogoil, 
twelve of Went, and twelve of the parts of Tudenliani, 29 Deo. 

35 Edw. I. 
Inow Monmouth.] Strugoil alias Srougoii, Srogoil, Strogoil. The castle 
with the borough and other members underwritten, held to him 

and the heirs of his body, by the king's enfeoffment, of the king in 

chief by knight's service : — 

The borough (extent given) including 10s. from tenants of John de 
Ab Adam in the town of Beteslegh for lands held of the earl 
there, rent of shops {domorum seudarum) in the market place, 
prise of ale, to wit, from every tavern of a burgess, so often as 
he brews, 32 gallons {lagenas) of good ale {cervisie de meliori) 
for 4cd. from the lord, or 16 gallons and 9d. for the duty aforesaid, 
or lid. for the same, deducting the aforesaid 4cZ. (sic), also toll of 
the market with the customs of those passing through the 
borough worth 20?. yearly, prise of fish worth 3s. yearly, viz. from 
every boat bringing fresh fish, one good fish {meliorem pissem), 
but nothing from salt fish, three suits by each burgess at three 
hundred (courts) yearly on the Mondays after St. Hilary, 
Hokeday and St. Michael respectiviely, and attendances 
at every hundred (court) fortnightly except between the feasts of 
St. Peter ad Vincula and St. Michael. 

The barton of the castle (extent given), including a grange, lands &c., 
a park with deer in which the abbot of Tynteme ought to 
have common with 60 oxen, a chace called Westwode, three 
water-mills at Poulmeweryk and a water-mill at Mesquenyn (?). 

28Z. 9s. 7|tZ. from free tenants (named), including the prior of Strogoil 
and the prior of St. Kenemarc. 

VjTier. The hamlet (extent given with names of tenants). 

Ls/ndogjoi. The hamlet (similar extent given). 

Talegarth. The hamlet (similar extent given). 

Wrenhalok. The hamlet (similar extent given). 

Henrew. The hamlet (similar extent given), including a waste at 
' la Kair.' 

Kemmeys. The hamlet, comprising two wastes (similar extent 
given). 

Penhow. The hamlet (similar extent given). 

Mesquenyth. The hamlet (similar extent given). 

Hedyngton and Hemeguet (?). The hamlet (siinilar extent given), 
including a waste. 

Lamaghois. A water-mill held by Master John Martel at fee farm. 

Londidogh. A water-mill held by Stephen de la Moore at fee farm. 
The tenants of Koger de Sancto Mauro at Landogyn and Penhow, 

those of Bevis (Bogonis) de Cnovile at Landogyn, those of the prior 

of Strogoil at Landogin, those of the earl of Gloucester at Picotesfeld 

and Talgar and those of Emery (Almarici) de Luci at Mesquenyn 

ought each to carry timber, if necessary, from the wood of Wentwode 

to the castle of Strogoil every Tuesday from Hokeday to the Gule 

of August with two oxen, if he shall have them, but if it is not 

necessary he shall not carry or pay anything. 

Pentirih. The hamlet belongiug to the barton (full extent given 
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If any of those tenants have a daughter or daughters and wish 
to marry one of them he shall give the lord 2s. for each, and if any 
of the said daughters be convicted of fornication he shall give the 
lord 2s. for ' leirwyte ' : each tenant shall pay yearly for every 
pig of a year old Id. for pannage and for every pig of half a year 
Id. ; each ought to follow the lord to war in the parts of Strogoil, to 
wit on this side the bridge of Strogoil the bridge of Newport {de Novo 
Burgo) and the bridge of Troye at his own costs, and if he go beyond 
these bounds he ought to follow the lord, at the lord's costs, wheresoever 
he will ; each owes suit at the three hundred (courts) of St. Hilary, 
Hock day and St. Michael, and common suit at the halmote of 
* la Berton ' every three weeks, and if one die the lord shall have his 
best beast {melius averium) and if he have no living beast the lord 
shall be given 5s. for a heriot ; each shall give to the Serjeants {serjantis) 
serving in their neighbourhood (per partes eorum) ^d. every six 
weeks, to the forester there ^d. every 8 weeks, and to the chief 
(magistro) forester a bushel of oats at the feast of St. Michael, for 
which payments each of them shall receive every eight weeks a 
load of brushwood ; and if any one be elected reeve he shall be 
quit of all his customs, and he ought to levy the rent and pannage 
of all the tenants, receiving Id. for levying the rent each term, and 
Id. for levying the pannage ; each tenant ought to plough ^a. land 
at the winter sowing and ja. land at the Lent sowing, receiving 
4d. from the lord ; and certain tenants also owe ' kilew.' 
Herdwyk. The hamlet belonging to the barton (full extent given with 
names and services of tenants) ; and each tenant shall do certain 
boonworks of reaping in the autumn with all his household, except 
his wife and shepherd, and shall pay (the lord) Id. for every pig 
of a year old and \d. for every pig of half a year for pannage, and 
if he shall sell a horse he shall give the lord 2d. for toll and similarly 
Id. for every beast except a pig or sheep, and he ought to have 
common {communicare) with all his pigs in Wentwode in time of 
mast paying nothing, and he cannot marry his daughter without 
the lord's hcence. If one of the customers be ill (egrotus) for forty 
days his works for that period shall be allowed him but for no longer. 
Gloucester. Tudenham. The manor (full extent given with names and 
services of tenants), including a fishery beneath the castle, pasture 
in the marsh called ' Brodemersh,' a park with deer, a pasture in 
Potewellecly^e held by the township of Betesle, the fishery of 
Erleswere held by the prior of StrugoU, the fishery of Ytheleswere 
held by WilUam le Wodeward, fisheries in the Severn {Sdbrina) and 
the Wye ( Waia) and a number of other fisheries held by free tenants ; 
and each of certain customary tenants owes (among other services) 
a boonwork called ' cherched,' a hen called ' wodehen ' at Christmas, 
and Id. for pannage for each pig of a year old and \d. for each hog- 
gaster of half a year, and if he wish to buy or sell a horse or a mare 
he shall give the lord 2d.{1), and for every brewing which he brews 
he shall give the lord 8 gallons (lagenas) of ale or 4:d., nor can he marry 
his daughter without the lord's Mcence ; and others shall each receive 
from the lord for mowing 12d. or a sheep called ' medshep.' 
Lancaut. The hamlet pertaining to the manor of Tudenham (extent given 
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[Monmouth.] Torrogy: A tower newly built. 

Plattelond. A messuage &c., 130a. arable, 100a. waste, 7a. pasture 
and a grove with little oaks, all pertaining to the same tower. 
John le Bygod, his brother, aged 40, is his next heir; but all 
tenements comprised in these four rolls ought to revert to the king and 
his heirs by reason of a surrender by the said Roger and re-grant by the 
king to him and the heirs of his body, with reversion to the king and his 
heirs. 

Sum of the whole honour of the castle of StrogoU, with the borough, 
the barton with the hamlets &c., the manor of Tudenham and hamlet of 
Lancaut, together with the tower of Torrogy and hamlet of Plattelonde, 
165?. Us. l^d. yearly. 

Schedule of manors, lands and tenements of Roger le Bygod who died 
in the time of King Henry III. 
[Beeks.J Hampstede. The manor with the grange of Spenes held of the 

king in chief by service of the marshal's staff (virge). 
[NoBFOLK.] Haneworth. The manor held of the king in chief, a member of 
the barony of Bygot. 
Suffeud. The manor similarly held of the said barony. 
[Essex.] Costreford. The manor held of the honour of Strugull, and per- 
taining to the marshalcy. 
[NoEFOLK.] Dichingham. The manor held of the king in chief with Ersham 
by service of 4,0d. 
Acle. The manor held of the king in chief by the due service of the 

barony {per serviciwn haronie debit'). 
Walsham. The manor similarly held. 
Halvergat. The manor similarly held. 
[Suffolk.] Denyngworth. The manor (held) of the honour of Eye by 
service of 5 knights. 
Cratef eld. The manor held of the fee of Baynard by service of \ knight's fee. 
[Essex.] Dovercourt. The manor with the town of Herewio which is a 

member thereof, held of the earl of Oxford by service of 1 knight. 
[Stjffolk.] Saham. The manor held of the honour of Richmond, rendering 

20s. yearly. 
[Norfolk.] Lopham. The manor pertaining to the barony of Bygot and 
held of the king in chief by its due proportion of the service of 
the barony, because it is a member thereof. 
[Suffolk.] Bung[eye]. The manor with the castle and borough held of the 
earl of Warwick by service of 1 knight. 
Pesenhal. The manor, a member of the castle of Framlyngham, held 
by the fee of 2 knights. 
[Norfolk.] Banham. The manor held of the earl of Warenne in chief by 

service of 1 knight. 
[Suffolk.] Kelshal. The manor, a member of the barony of Bygot, held of 

the king. 
[Norfolk.] Little Frammingham. The manor held of the honour of Chester 
in chief by service of 1 knight's fee. 
Fomeset. The manor held of the king in chief by the due service of the 

barony. 
Frammingham. The manor held of Adam de Bydyngfeld, rendering to 
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[Suffolk.] Holisle. The manor held of the king in chief, because it pertains 
to the barony of Bygot. 
Staverton. The manor held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight's 

fee. 
Ipswich (Gippevnco). Tenements and the ' Cay ' held of the earl of 

' Aubemarle ' by free service of 4rd. yearly. 
Walton. The manor held of the bishop of Ely by service of 2 knights. 
Schedule of castles, manors, lands &c. of Roger le Bygod who died in 
the time of King Edward I. 
[Berks.] Hamystede Mareschal. The manor held of the king in chief by 
service of 1 knight's fee ; and it is the chief (capitate) manor of the 
marshal of England. 
[Sussex.] Boseham. The manor with the hamlet of Forityngton, the 
hundred of Boseham, and lastage from Langeston to Peveneseye, 
held of the king in chief by service of rendering 4:21. fee farm yearly 
at the exchequer. 
Stok. The manor held of the bishop of Exeter by service of 1 knight's fee. 
Thorneye. The manor held of the same by service of | knight's fee. 
Stokton. The manor held of the earl of Arundel by service of rendering 
1^6. pepper at the earl's manor of Westbourn. 
[Hertford.] Weston. The manor was given to Roger Bygod by 
King Edward I, by the service for the marshalcy of England 
pertaining to such a tenement (per servicium quod pertinet ad tantum 
tenementum pro marescalcia Anglie). 
[Essex.] Great Chesterford. The manor held of the king in chief by service 
of 4s. 
Romford. Certain tenements held of John de Cretingge, of the king's 
gift, by service of rendering Id. yearly to the said John. 
[Monmouth.] Strugoill. The castle and borough with hamlets, held of the 

king in chief by knight's service of the king's gift and feoffment. 
[Gloucester.] Tudenham. The manor with hamlets held of the king in 

chief by fee tail. 
Norfolk. Fornesete, Dychyngham, Ersham, Lopham, Little Framlyngham, 
Halvergate, Walsham, Haneworth, Dykelburgh and Thacolniston. 
The manors held of the king in chief, service imknown. 

Ersham. The half hundred held of the king in chief paying for 

blanch farm yearly. 
Suffeud. The manor held of the king in chief, service unknown. 
Suffolk [and Cambridge]. Framelyngham, Hachiston, Hoo, Saham, 
Bungeye, Donyngworth, Staverton, Holesle, Kelesshale, Cratefeld, 
Waletone and Ipswich, and Kenet [co. Cambridge]. The manors 
held of the king in chief, service unknown. 
Stanham. The manor, held of the earl of Lancaster by service of SOs. Qd. 
yearly for the guard of the castle of Lancaster. 

Writ of certiorari de feodis die. 15 Feb. 35 Edw. I. 
Cambridge. Inq. taken at Newmarket, 26 May, 35 Edw. I. 
Chevele. 1 knight's fee held by lady Sibyl de Loveday. 

Cambridge. Inq. taken at IkeUngton, 28 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Dukesworth. | knight's fee held by John de Abbernoun ; and the earl 
held yearly a view of frankpledge of the said John's tenants on the 
day of St. Edmund the king. 



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Southampton. Inq. taken at Andevere, 25 April, 35 Edw. I. 

Chelwarton and Apelsechae. Three parts of 1 knight's fee held by John 
de Anne for 12d. yearly. 

Sussex. Iinq. made at Cicestre, 3 April, 35 Edw. I. 
Bouelee. 1 knight's fee held by William Jardyn. 
Stoke. The advowson of the church. 

Thomeye. The advowson of a third presentation to the church. The 
bishop of Exeter, who has a third presentation, ought to present at 
the next voidance. 
He had no knight's fee or advowson in Surrey. 

SoMBESBT. Inq. made at Somertone, 1 June, 35 Edw. I. 

Henton Sancti Georgii. 1 knight's fee held by William Denebaud. 
Netelcombe. 1 knight's fee held by Joan late the wife of Simon de 

Ealeghe. 
Laverton. 1 knight's fee held by Thomas de Panes. 

Essex. Inq. taken at Chelmersford, 26 April, 35 Edw. I. 

Sinchingfeld {sic). 1 knight's fee held by Nicholas Pecche. 
Pebenorsse. 1| knight's fee held by Petronilla de Neyrford. 
Ovitone. \ knight's fee held by WUliam de Pircho. 
Wyte Colne. \ .knight's fee, pertaining to the manor of Dovercurt, 

held by Robert de Reymis. 
Colne. I knight's fee, pertaining to the same manor, held by Hamo le 

Veyse. 
Ramesden. \ knight's fee held by Simon de Crey. 
Thorp. 2 knight's fees held by Paul de Theyden. 
Burchfeld. J knight's fee held by Richard Syward. 
Mounteny Giginge. \ knight's fee held by Hamo Chevere. 
Finchingfeld. | knight's fee held by John son of Robert. 
Senges, Bedingham and Sclamendeshey. \ and -^ and \ knight's fee 

held by Robert de Senges. 
Weston by Beauchamp. 1 knight's fee held by the heir of Simon de 

Caunteleu. 
Wytenottele. 1 knight's fee held by John de Engaingne. 
Cestreford. The advowson of the church. 

[Monmouth.] Extent made at Strugull, on Tuesday after St. Gregory the 

Pope, 35 Edw. I. 
lianveyr. 1 Welsh knight's fee held by Ralph de Monte Hermeri. 
Martheme. 1 Welsh knight's fee held by Bevis (Bogo) de Knovill. 
Penho. 1 Welsh knight's fee held by Roger de Seymor. 
Portscuet and Herberdeston. 1 Welsh knight's fee held by Matthew 

Denebaud. 
Crik. J Welsh knight's fee held by WilUam de Demeford. 
Dynan. | Welsh knight's fee held by Andrew de Bello Campo. 
Maysquenyth. | Welsh knight's fee held by Emery (Amoricus) de Lucy. 
Edeton. J Welsh knight's fee held by Henry de Bendevill. 
St. Arvyn. J Welsh Imight's fee held by Leysan ap Morgan. 
Lamartyn. | Welsh knight's fee held by Walter de Kemmeys and 

Maurice de Kemmeys. 
Henru. J knight's fee held by Roger de Seymor and William Adam. 
St. Wormet. J Welsh knight's fee held by John Blechery. 



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tGLOXJCESTER.] Tudeham. | Welsh knight's fee held by Walter Waldyng. 

Lancaut. The advowson of the church. 
[MoNMOXJTH.] Tyntern. The abbey is of the foundation of the earl's ancestors. 
Strug[ull-] [or Struguil]. The priory is of the foundation of the same, 
and the prior shall find one of his monks to celebrate divine (service) 
in the castle of SfcruguU three days a week. 
StruguU. The chantry of the chapel of St. David by the bridge of 
Struguil. 

Berks. Inq. taken at Newebur(y), 17 April, 35 Edw. I. 

Burghullebur(y). ^^ knight's fee held by William Boscher. 

Eneburn. | fee held by the prior of Sandelford. 

West Wyttenham. 1 fee held by Henry Heose ; and | fee held by the 

heirs of Giles de Brewosa. 
Olebenham. | fee held by Robert Baterkyn. 
Wanetyngg. 1 fee held by Fulk son of Warin. 
Enebume. | fee held by James de Crawele ; and J fee held by John 

de Haverynge, which used to be held of the earl Marshal but lately 

the tenant is Ralph de Mohermer now earl of Gloucester, but how 

he had entry is unknown to the jury. 
Maidenecote. 1 fee held by Robert de Bello Campo and William de 

Bermyngham. 
Hampstede Mareschal. The advowson of the church. 

Wilts. Extent made at Upavene, 29 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Gotacre. Two virgates of land held by Maud de Barevyle, William Martyn 

and others by service of Jg knight's fee, when soutage runs. 
North Tiideworth. | knight's fee held by Peter de Breouse through 

Agnes Husee his wife, doing scutage when it runs. 
Clyve Wancy. | knight's fee similarly held by Elizabeth de 

Pedewardyn and John her son. 
Brodetone. J knight's fee similarly held by John Jonkyn, the younger. 
Marsh {in Marisco). I knight's fee similarly held by Thomas Parys. 
Helmerton. 1 knight's fee similarly held by John Bluet. 
Lakham. 1 knight's fee similarly held by the same. 

He had no advowsons of churches in the county. 

Hertford. Inq. taken at Hicche on Monday the feast of SS. Philip and 

James, 35 Edw. I. 
Weston. The master of the knights of the Temple in England has the 

advowson of the church, which was of the said earl's advowson, to 

his own use ; 6| knights' fees belong to the manor, viz. : — 

Westone. ^ knight's fee held by Nicholas Rumbaud ; ^^ knight's 
fee held by Hawis Rumbaud ; ^ knight's fee held by William 
de Beaupre ; | knight's fee held by Reginald de Argenteem [alias 
de Argentem] ; | knight's fee held by the heir of Robert Walrond, 
which is in the king's hand by reason of the idiocy of the said 
heir. 

Stagenhoo [alias Staggenhoo]. 1 knight's fee held by Thomas de 
Verdoun. 

Hengsteworthe. J knight's fee held by Walter le Baud. 

Wilie [alias WyUen]. -f^ knight's fee held by Mariota de Wilie [aiias 
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[Bedford.] Stratle. | knight's fee held by Maud de Thorp. 

Strattone (and) Muhihoo. 3 knights' fees held by Thomas de Coudre. 
Cameltone. J knight's fee held by the same. 

Evertone. 2 knights' fees held by Walter bishop of Coventry and 
Lichfield. 
Hertford. Boxe. | knight's fee now held by John de Benstede owing suit 
at the earl's court of Westone. 
OfEeleye. 1 knight's fee now held by John de Sancto Leodegario with 
similar suit. 

The earl was at one time seised of these fees, and the jurors know 
not why he was not seised of them at the time of his death. 
[Bedford.] ArUoheseye, Eddeworth and Holm. The earl was seised of 
5 knights' fees and suit of court at the court of Westone which Walter 
de Langetone, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, now holds, having 
acquired them from Aymer de Valenc(ia) and Nicholas de Sejoimoor. 
The jurors know not why the earl was not seised of the said fees on 
the day of his death. 

SxJFFOLK. Extent made at Framelingham, 27 April, 35 Edw. I. 

Shadenefeud, Thuriton, Bursyerd, Switlingge, and Ringgested. 4 

knights' fees held by John de Bursyerd. 
Debenham, Sekford, Skameston and Burstall. 3| fees held by Joan de 

Rocheford, Bartholomew de Elmham and Ahce late the wife of 

John de Olebrok [alias de Holebrok]. 
Wnebegh, Benhale, Norton and Colneyse. 3| knights' fees held by 

Guy Ferre. 
Helmingham, lokesford and Middelton. 3| knights' fees held by John 

de Thorp and his parceners and William de Swilington. 
Colneys. | fee held by Wilham Oudin. 
Saxmondham [alias Saxmundham]. 1 knight's fee held by Robert Swan 

and William de Tudeham. 
Croffeud [alias Crosfeud]. | knight's fee held by Philip Hemeys ; and 

I knight's fee held by the same. 
Stanham and Pebeneysh [alias Pebenesse]. 2 knights' fees held by Roger 

de Asphale. 
lokesford, Heveningham, Stickingland and Burgh. 7 knights' fees 

held by William de Swilington and Edmund de Ufford. 
Ringeshale, Beylham [alias Beynham], Cuhagh [alias Couhaghe], Der- 

mondesdoune, Kenebrok and Levington. 4 knights' fees held Ijy the 

heir of Robert de Burnavill and John de Bucland [alias de Boclaadil' 
Ofton. 2 knights' fees held by Richard Luveday [alias Loveday]. 
Plumesyerd. ^ knight's fee held by John de Peyton. 
Colneyse. | feught's fee held by Alexander de Prato ; and | and 

\ knight's fee held by Robert Sefare and his parceners. 
Lefstaneston. ^ knight's fee held by Robert de Scales and William de 

Caldecote. 
Candelond. ^ knight's fee held by WilHam Visdelu. 
Akenham, Witingham and Clopton and Hasketon. 3| knights' fees held 

by Giles de Brewos[a]. 
Giselingham. ^ knight's fee held by Fulk de Goldingham. 
Theberton. | knight's fee held by Isabel late the wife of John le Bygod. 
Hegham [alias Heyghham]. J knight's* fee held by John de Reymes. 



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Gosebek and Eston. 2 knights' fees held by Eiohard de Gosebek. 
Neuton and Qhwersted [alias Werstede]. IJ knight's fee held by Oliver 

de Tudeham. 
Weston by Hopeton. 1 knight's fee held by Hugh Houel. 
Pesenhale, Faltenham, Waudringfeld, Sternefeld and Farnham. 4 

knights' fees held by Nicholas de Segrave (and) Guy de Feire. 
Alveleye. Two parts of 1 knight's fee held by Wilham Inge. 
Mikelfeld. J knight's fee held by Roger de Asphale. 
Claxthorp. J knight's fee held by the prior of Buttele and his co-parceners. 
Aysh[aZias Asch]. | knight's fee held by Margery deMoyse [alias deMoose]. 
Ufford. 1 knight's fee held by Robert de UfEord. 
Brigge, Glemham and Blacsale. 1 knight's fee held by John de Welonde 

and his co-parceners. 
Wickelowe [alias Wykkelowe]. 1 knight's fee held by John de Wickelowe 

[alias de Wykelowe]. 
Carleton and Rammesholt. 1 knight's fee held by William de Halvergate 

and William de Ramesholt. 
Moneweden. J knight's fee held by John Abadham. 
Hacheton. | knight's fee held by Godfrey de Hilton. 
Ikene. | knight's fee held by Emma de Glanvill and her co-parceners. 
Ketelbergh. ^ knight's fee held by the heir of Thomas de Ketelbergh. 
Mikelefeld. J knight's fee held by Roger de Asphale. 
Stanham. J knight's fee held by John de Muney. 
Ilketeleshale. 1 knight's fee held by the heir of Morgan de Ilketeleshale 

[pertaining to the castle of Bungeye]. 
Char^eld [alias Charfelde]. ^ knight's fee held by Nicholas de Welond 

[alias de Weylonde]. 
Friston and Holebrok. 1 knight's fee held by Alice [late the wife -of 

John] de Holebrok. 
Stanham. J knight's fee held by Robert de Upston. 
Chedestan and Eston. 1 knight's fee held by Thomas de Bavet [alias 

de Bavente]. 
Bradeleye. 4 knights' fees held by John de Buttetourt. 
Cukeleye. 2 J knights' fees held by John de Fresingfeld, John de Boilund 

and Thomas de Bavent. 
Leyham and Aleton. 2 knights' fees held by Robert de Reydon and 

Richard de Brumpton [alias de Brompton]. 
Sprouton. 1 knight's fee held by Richard Luveday [alias Loveday]. 
Ikene [alias Ykene]. J knight's fee held by Wilham Fausebrun [alias 

Fausebroun]. 
Codenham. ^ knight's fee held by the prior of Royston {de Cruce 

Boys'). 
Brok. ^ knight's fee held by Alice de Holebrok. 
Cranesford. J knight's fee held by Adam Tastard, William de Hoo and 

their [or his (?)] co-parceners. 
Framelingham. -J^ knight's fee held by Simon le Taillur ; and J and 

^ knight's fee held by the heir of Thomas de Ketelbergh. 
Keleshale. ^ knight's fee held by Nicholas de Keleshale. 
Beilham and Colneyse. I knight's fee held by John le Breton, 
Ilketileshale. -^ knight's fee held by William le Rus [alias le Rous], 

and ^ knight's fee held by Walter Tolle [alias Tolli] iin^ his 

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302 INQUISITIONS. 



Brampton. J knight's fee held by John Randolf. 

Martlesham. 3 teights' fees held by Thomas de Verdoun [alias de 

Verdon]. 
Barwe. 2| knights' fees held by Katharine GifEard. 
Stanham. The advowson of the church. 
Keleshale. The advowson of the church. 
Holesle [alias Holeslegh]. The advowson of the church. 
Aysh [alias Ash]. The advowson of the church. 
Saham. The advowson of the church. 

Framelingham. The advowson of the church, with the chapel of Sastede. 
Eyk. The advowson of the church. 
Hoo. The advowson of the church. 

Shadenefeud [alias Shadenefeld]. The advowson of the church. 
Ikene. The advowson of the church. 

Doningworth [alias Dunyngworth]. !rhe advowson of the church. 
Tonestal] [alias TunstaU]. The advowson of the church. 
Trimeley [alias Tremeleye]. The advowson of the church, 
Kirketon. The advowson of the chiu:ch. 
Helmeleye. The advowson of the chxirch. 
Theberton. The advowson of the church. 
Bewmeswelle [alias Bromeswell]. The advowson of the church. 
Bungeye. The advowson of the priory, where dwell a prioress and fifteen 

nuns. 
St. FeUx. The advowson of the priory, which is a cell of the priory of 

Rochester, where dwell a prior and thirteen black monks. 
Dodenash. The advowson of the priory, where dwell a prior and three 

black canons. 

Norfolk [and Suffolk], /wg'. made at Norwich, 24 April, 35 Edw. I. 

Thirston, Wadeton, Shotesham, Apelton, Trowes, Keteringham, Shimp- 

lingg, Wyssingsete and Penteneye. 31 1 fees held by WOUam de Ros 

and Maud his wife and PetroniUa de Vaux. 
Brunham, Rokelund and Ehngham. | knight's fee held by Baldwin de 

Maneriis. 
Brigges, Fundenhale, Holeton, Carleton, Wymondham, Uggesthale, 

Hadeston and Barmton. 5 knights' fees held by Katherine late 

the wife of Roger son of Osbert. 
Prilhston [alias Preleston]. 1 knight's fee held by John de Clinton. 
Shelton and Hardwyk [alias Herdewyke]. 1 knight's fee held by John 

de Shelton. 
Stokton, Seenges and Wtton. 1^ knight's fee held by John Abel. 
Brisingham, Mltone, Saxhgham, Aslacton, Tybenham, Apeton, Shadene- 
feud and Fomesete. 8 knights' fees held by Thomas de Verdoun. 
Waketon, Lodne, Thorp, Halis, Raveningham, Kyrkeby and Seenges. 

3^^ knights' fees held by John de Dunhed and Isabel de Haggelee. 
Stirston. 1 knight's fee held by Elizabeth de Ingham [alias de 

Yngham]. 
Hardwyk and Stirston. 1 knight's fee held by Bartholomew de Everus 

[alias Deverours]. 
Shelton, Waketon, Aslacton, Fomesete and Multon. | knight's fee 

held by Margery late the wife of Walter le Waleys. 
Oviton. ^ knight's fee held by Peter Buzoij. 



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Blonorton and Silham. 2| knights' fees held by Ralph de Semor [aZias 

de Sancto Mauro]. 
Yakysham. 1 knight's fee held by Roger de Curszon. 
Fersfeld and Smaleberg. 2 knights' fees held by Robert de Bosco. 
Seenges and Hedenham. | knight's fee held by Robert de Hedenham. 
Crek, Fundenhale, Mell, Besthorp, Holkham, Berningham, Schipedene, 

Depedale, Quarsles, Brunham, Nelande, Stanhowe, Wyhestone, 

Crofeud and Carleton. 13| fees held by John de Thorp and his 

co-parceners. 
Biskelee. 1 knight's fee held by the prioress of Carhowe and John de 

Norwyco. 
Wykenere and Erpingham. | knight's fee held by Walter de Berningham. 
Ouby, Hengham, Burgh in Fleg and Beriiham. 3 knights' fees held 

by William Dormesby. 
Hocham, Sutton, Catfeud, Carbrok, Banham, Garbodesham, Bokenham 

Farie and Brunstede. 7| fees held by Hugh de Veer and Denise his 

wife. 
Berningham, Wykemere, Wychlingham, Baconsthorp, Stanefeud, Carleton 

and Smaleberg. 4 knights' fees held by Richard de la Rokele. 
Surlingham, Denham, Kyrkeby, Kesewyk and Cringilford. 5 knights' 

fees held by Thomas de Multen, a minor and in the king's 

wardship. 
Westderham. | knight's fee held by Petronilla de Nerthfford. 
Nerburgh. 2 knights' fees held by Thomas Bardolf. 
Heythil, Carleton, Swerdeston and Mulkeberton. 1 knight's fee held 

by WiUiam de Curszon. 
Heythil, Swerdeston, Dunston and Brakene. 1 fee held by Geoffrey de la 

Penne. 
Heythil. J knight's fee held by Ralph de Creppinges ; and y^jj fee 

held by the heir of Thomas Reynaud. 
Brunesthorp. J fee held by the heir of the countess of Albemarle, 
Colheye and Carleton. J knight's fee held by WiUiam.de Colneye. 
Flordon and.Flixton. 2 knights' fees held by William Buttevileyn, 
Newton. ^ knight's fee held hj John de Reynesthorp. 
Pirhowe, FelddaUingge, Metton and Tybenham. 3 knights' fees held 

by WilUam de Swylington and Joan de Bovil. 
Poringlond. | knight's fee held by Robert son of Roger. 
Mouton. J knight's fee held by Nicholas de Stradesete. 
Bewton. | knight's fee held by William de Lincoln. 
Mundeford. ^ knight's fee held by Gerard de Insula. 
Tacolneston. 1 knight's fee held by John de Uvedale. 
Fornesete. J knight's fee held by John Germy. 
Boston, Runton, Estharlingg and Great Massingham. 3 knights' fees 

held by the prior of Beston, the prior of Massingham, Simon de 

Felebrigg, Clement de and Robert de Methelonde. 

Pallingg. I knight's fee held by Simon de Felebrigg. 
Rughton and Metton. 1 knight's fee held by Roger de Halis. 
Seenges. ^'^ knight's fee held by Walter de Calethorp. 
Freton. ^(j knight's fee held by Roger Rivet. 
Banigham. The advowson of the church. 
Coleby. The advowson of the church. 
Aleby. The advowson of the church, 



304 INQUISITIONS. 



AldeburgE. The advowson of the church. 
Westwyk. The advowson of the church. 
Byskelee. The advowson of the church. 
Antingham. The advowson of a fourth part of the church. 
Rokelund. The advowson of the church. 
Holveston. The advowson of a moiety of the church. 
[Ersham.] The advowson of the church. 
Dyohingham. The advowson of the church. 
EUgham [alias Ehngham]. The advowson of the church. 
Stockton [alias Stotton]. The advowson of the church. 
Wyndeston [alias Wynston]. The advowson of the church. 
Gil[lyngham]. The advowson of the church. 
Wyndele. The advowson of the church. 
Lopham. The advowson of the church. 
Fomesete. The advowson of the church. 
Heythel. The advowson of the church. 
Long Stratton. The advowson of the church. 
Little Waketon. The advowson of the church. 
Aldeb^rg [alias Aldebergh]. The advowson of the church. 
Freton. The advowson of the church. 
Walesham. The advowson of the church. 
Brokedisch. The advowson of the church. 
Stirston. The advowson of the church. 

Keningham [alias Kenyngham]. The advowson of the church. 
Tefford [alias Tifford]. The advowson of the priory, where dwell a prior 
and two convents of black monks. 

Writ of certiorari de feodis <Sbc. to the justiciary of Ireland, 15 Feb. 
35 Edw. I. 
Carlow. Inq. made before Walter de la Haye, escheator of Ireland, on 
Satiu"day after the Close of Easter, 35 Edw. I. 
Cath[erlagh]. The castle and county held of the king in chief, viz. — 
A castle badly roofed ; a hall opposite to it in which the pleas of 
the county and assizes are held, wherein there are many defects 
both in the roof and the walla, which cannot be extended because 
no one will rent {conducere) it, but it is much in need of roofing and 
care {custodia) ; in demesne 68a. arable, 50a. meadow, a moor and 
an island contaitiing 16a. ; free tenants by rent : — Richard Talon 
holding the barony of Tamelyng and rendering 45. yearly, Peter 
Wass holding 75a. opposite the castle and rendering 20s. yearly, 
Geoffrey Wade, the younger, holding 20a. and rendering 12s. yearly ; 
and the burgesses of the town of Gath[erlagh] holding 160 burgages 
and rendering 8Z. \&\d. yearly for them, and doing suit at the hundred 
(court) ; a common oven held by the burgesses at will, rendering 
yearly for tolls and taxes (sensar') 8s. 3d. ; prise of ale worth 40s. ; 
3 water-mills ; and 3 weirs ; 

Free tenants by knight's service : — 
TuUath Offelmyth. A barony held by Edmund le Botyler by service 

of 81. whenever [royal service] is proclaimed, and suit at the 

county (court). 
Odron' at Dunlek. A barony similarly held by Nicholg.s de Carreu 

by service of 10/, and. suit, . . .^ 



EDWARD I. 30S 



Obargy. A barony similarly held by William de Sancto Leodegario 
and Joan daughter and heir of Hugh Purcell by service of 121. 
and suit. 

Typercathan in Oboy, similarly held by John de Bonevill by 
service of 4s. 

Obergy. J knight's fee similarly held by Richard le Rous by service 
of 10s. 

Ardbristyn. 1 knight's fee held by John de Valle by service of 40s. 
and suit at the court of Foth[ered]. 

Gras. 1 knight's fee held by Thomas le Botyler by service of 40s. 
and suit there. 

Ardynheth. 1 knight's fee held by Adam Brun by service 40*. as 
above and hke suit. 

Kilcloyt. 1 knight's fee held by WilUam Traharne by service of 
40s. and hke suit. 

Kibbelet. I knight's fee held by the same William by service of 
lOs. and Hke suit. 

Kenles in Foth[ered]. 2 knights' fees held by Reginald de Dene 
by service of U. and Hke suit. 

Balymackele. | knight's fee held by Richard Taloun by service of 
5s. and like suit. 

Balyscandil. ^ knight's fee held by Robert Bremyll of Foth[ered] 
by service of 1 mark. 
Foth[ered]. A stone chamber roofed with shingles and boards, and a 

grange of ten forks {de x. furcis) almost razed to the ground, 368a. 

demesne land, 20a. meadow, a pasture of lOa. called ' Oxsynles,' 

another pasture of 10a., and a water-mill with 12a. pasture. 
Free tenants by rent :■ — - 

Balymaccolyt. Two carucates of land held by Richard Talon, render- 
ing 26s. %d. yearly. 

Le Boly. A carucate held by WilHam Traherne(?), rendering 30s. &d. 
yearly. 

Le Dryin. Two carucates held by Amice Maucovenaund, rendering 
3s. yearly. 

Le Knetsiton(?). A carucate held by WilHam Bondevill and Eva 
his wife, rendering 2s. yearly. 

Castle and town of Foth[ered]. Burgesses holding 79 burgages and 
rendering 79s. yearly, 29 cottagers rendering 13s. &\d. for their 
cottages, and the burgesses render 10 geese at Michaelmas or 
2Qd., 4 horse shoes or 4c?. for each smithy, and 3d. for a plot of 
land at the end of the town {in capite ville) ; rents of pepper and 
cummin from 3 tenants (named) ; and toll worth 8s. &d. yearly. 
Balysex Ediff. A ruinous tower and a Httle wooden grange thatched 

with straw, 320a. arable in demesne under the lord's ploughs, 14a. 

land at Balysothevan, 151|a. land at Redleye, 52a. land at Mothyl 

formerly held by Hugh the chaplain, 3a. garden, and 12a. pasture 

caUed Oxlese. 
Free tenants by rent : — 

Balysax. A carucate of land held by Thomas Brun, rendering 20s. 
yearly ; and 4 carucates held by tenants enfeoffed by Roger 
Bygod, rendering 211. 6s. &d. yearly ; the site of a mill, and 
perquisites of court. 

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306 INQUISITIONS. 



Dunlek or Dunleck and Leghlyn. 55a. land of which 14 are worth 
7s. a year and the residue he waste through want of tenants 
and the poorness of the land, and 6 cottars who pay 6s. yearly 
for their cottages ; whereof 6s. are paid yearly to Nicholas 
de Carreu, chief lord of that fee, 16d. to Robert Maunsel, and 
20d. to Richard son of Robert. 

Fynnarth. Six carucates, 47a. and 1 ' estang ' of land, whereof 2 caru- 
cates, 7a. and 1 'estang' are held for life by Donald Macmurwygh, 
15a. meadow, autumn works worth ^ mark, and 6s. 8d. rents 
of hetagii for suit at the lord's mill, which is now thrown down. 

Cath[erlagh]. The Serjeants of the county have been accustomed 
to pay 20 marks yearly for their serjeanties. 

[Catherlagh.] Perquisities of assizes worth 40Z. and of courts 
worth 5s. 

Fothered. Perquisites of court and hundred, each worth J mark. 

Catherlagh. Perquisites of the hundred, worth 20s. 
He died on 11 Dec. in the year abovesaid. 

Wexford. Extent similarly made concerning the said Roger's lands &c. at 
Old Ros, Hervey's Island, and New Ros, on Saturday after the close 
of Easter [35 Edw. I]. 
Old Ros. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief, including 
an old hall without a roof surrounded by stone walls, a stone house 
without a roof outside the gate, almost razed to the ground, a little 
hall in which is a chapel and a kitchen in ruins, a sheepfold thatched 
with straw, all of no value because no one will rent (conducere) them ; 
an oak wood of 20a. ; farmers at will, viz., — at Rathhouel 80a. land, 
' le Rath ' 1 carucate, ' le Coneger ' 80a., Rathbrende 40a., ' la 
Haystone ' 40a., Calandyslond J carucate, Kylscalan 6 carucates 
and 48a., Balydermod 64a., ViUam Robyn 1 carucate, Aghnegar 60a., 
Balybetanth 2 carucates, Coubalydougan 1 carucate, Fonthok 1 
carucate and 80a., Coumba 1 carucate, Kylcolman 3 carucates, 
Scrad3^slond(?) 20a., Balymaccarry 3 carucates, 12a. and 1 estang, 
Coppidythom J carucate, Balyrod 2 carucates and 8a., Balylynan 1 
carucate, Tryllog 2 carucates, Carryg Rothan 5 carucates. and Rothan 
1 carucate ; betagii, viz., at Dergay 7 carucates, Trylloc 2 carucates, 
Scathrig Ij carucate and 10a., Lethan 1 carucate and 20a., Aghnyni 1 
carucate, Fytheryd 1| carucate, Balyconkyn 1| carucate and 34a., 
Sceperdyston 88a., Crothan 30a., Dernegyllageccth (?) 10a., and 'le 
Fech ' 1 carucate ; and works at Balydermod and Conygisgrage. 
Rosponte. 251. 6s. 8d. rents &c. of burgesses who do suit at the hundred, 
five water-mills, a ferry, 38a. meadow, a house which was of Nicholas 
the earl(?), pleas &c. of the hundred worth 61. 13s. id. yearly, and 
60s. perquisites of the fair with rent of stalls. 

Free tenants by rent : — 
Kylscallon. Three carucates of land held by WiUiam O'Maccus, render- 
ing il. 2s. 2\d. yearly, and doing suit at the court of Old Ros ; 
\\ carucate held by John Boddynham, rendering 40s. yearly 
and similar suit. 
Balydermod. Two carucates held by William Cosyn, rendering 33s. 4d. 

yearly. 
Gortorrog. Two carucates held by John de Sutton, rendering 40(i. 
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Athlomman. Three oarueates held by the same, rendering 2s. 2d. 

yearly. 
Graggensoanog. 140a. held by Thomas Tryllauch, rendering 15«. 

yearly without suit. 
Creuker. Three oarueates held by Richard Russel, rendering 1 mark 

yearly. 
Scathryg. Three oarueates held by the same, rendering 2s. yearly 

and doing suit as above. 
Col3m and Balyhuran. Two oarueates which were of David Ketjmg, 

held by John de Sutton, rendering 10s. yearly and the like suit. 
Mongaret. Two oarueates held by John Oole, rendering 2 marks 

yearly. 
Rathharold. A oaruoate and a haM held by Robert le Blunt, 

rendering 10s. 3d. yearly and doing suit. 
Trillok. 60a. held by Robert Lount, rendering 6s. yearly without suit. 
Balikermouck. Three oarueates held by John de Lunt, rendering I2d. 

and doing suit. 
Dargam. A oaruoate held by Luke Bosser, rendering 2d. yearly 

without suit. 
Lesseth and Polryth. Two oarueates and 60a. land held by Richard 

Traoy, rendering 57s. M. yearly without suit. 
Trillok. A oaruoate held by William son of Adam de Rupe, rendering 

6d. each Easter day. 
Tyllaghraghertyn(?). Two oarueates held by John Sutton, rendering 

the like. 
Camewagh. Three oarueates held by the same, rendering Id. at the 

same feast. 
Old Ros. Five oarueates held by the burgesses in their burgages, 

rendering 58s. lid. yearly and doing suit at their hundred 

(court). 
Old Ros. A water-mill, prise of ale, and toll. 
Kylscallan. A mill and a weir for taking eels. 
Loroan. A mill. 
Balydermod. A turbary. 

Old Ros. Perquisites of the court and hundred. 
Hervey's Island (Insula Hervici). A oastle without roof, and a oaruoate 
of demesne land at each of the following, viz. : — Grongislond, 
Balyobbyr, Balyooyngog, Balydowyseys, Ardyng, Colenant{?) and 
Crosdonenold. 

Free tenants : — 
Dromgolpe. Two oarueates and a quarter held by the heir of John 

de Vilers, rendering 1 mark yearly. 
Kylmehannoo. Two oarueates and a half held by William de Nevel, 

rendering 6d. yearly. 
Londonan. 5a. land held by Philip Martyn, rendering 4s. yearly. 
Herveys Island. Three, oarueates held by the burgesses in their burgages, 
rendering 110s. id. yearly, a water-mill, a ferry at Kemnok, prise 
of ale, a garden, plots by the oastle and church, a ' stang ' of meadow 
and pleas &o. of the court and hundred. 

Free tenants by service : — 
Kilcolky. J knight's fee held by the heirs of William Bluet, by 
serviee of 8s. when royal service is proclaimed. 



308 INQUISITIONS. 



Xythtania. | knight's fee held by the heirs of Simon de la Chaumbre 

by service of 4s. 
Glascarryg. A barony held by Maurice de Canteton by service 

of 40s. 
Balydoftanly. | knight's fee held by Patrick Chever by service 

of 20s. 
Moljrrauoan. | knight's fee held by Nicholas Bran by service 

of 20s. 
TiUaughdovan. | knight's fee held by James le Rede by service 

of 20s. 
Kilcouwan. | knight's fes held by Nicholas de Ketyng by service 

of 20s. 
Balytaucan. J knight's fee held by Robert le Waleys by service 

of 10s. 
Balytaly. | knight's fee held by Baldwin le Petite by service of 

20s. 
Balygaly. | knight's fee held by John Galgel by service of 4s. 
Kilconne. | knight's fee held by the heir of Gilbert Levet by service 

20s. 
Kilmerys. 2 knights' fees held by David Borrard by service of il. 
Kesch. A barony held by the heir of Reginald de Denne by service 

of 61. 
Baldewynyston and Balycorneth. I knight's fee held by the heirs of 

Walerand de Welysley by service of 20s. 
Kilkevan. 1 knight's fee held by John son of Henry by service 

of 40s. 
(Unspecified.) 1 knight's fee held by James Ketyng by service 

of 20s. 
Balybrasil. ^ knight's fee held by John de Sutton by service of 20s. 
Tolouyston. | knight's fee held by Robert Ketyng, by service 

of 10s. 
(Unspecified.) J knight's fee held by John Lounde of Balygermoc 

by service of 10s. 
Connoc(?). J knight's fee held by Phihp Farlang by service of 10s. 
Gilgornan. | knight's fee held by Richard Wyche by service of 45. 
Date of death as last above. 

Inquisition concerning knight's fees and advowsons taken at Cath[erlagh] 
on Saturday after the Close of Easter, 35 Edw. I. 
[Carlow.] The earl had the homage and service of the following : — 
Tyllauth Offelmyth. 4 knights' fees held by Edmund le Botiller. 
Odrone. 5 knights' fees held by Nicholas de Carru. 
Obergy. 6 knights' fees held by William de Sancto Leodegario. 
Typercane. Jp knight's fee held by John de Bonevill. 
Obergy. I knight's fee held by Richard le Rus [alias le Rous]. 
Ardbrystid. 1 knight's fee held by John de Vale. 
Grag. 1 knight's fee held by Thomas le Bottiller. 
Ardynhoth. 1 knight's fee held by Adam le Brun. 
Kylcoyt. 1 knight's fee held by William Trahame. 
Kilbolet. J knight's fee held by the same. 

Kenlys in Fotheryd. 2 knights' fees held by Reginald de Denne. 
Balymackele. | knight's fee held by Richard Taloun. 



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Balyscandel [alias Baliskandel]. | knight's fee held by Robert Bremyl 
of Fothyrd. 

Kylcorky. ^ knight's fee held by the heir of William Bluet. 

Kiltania [alias Kiltana]. ^ knight's fee held by Simon de la Chaumbre 
[alias de Charonbre]. 

Glascarryg. 1 knight's fee and the barony held by Maurice de 
Caunteton. 

Balydof. | knight's fee held by Patrick Chevir. 

IMolyraucan. ^ knight's fee held by Mcholas Brun. 

Kylcovan. \ knight's fee held by Nicholas Ketyng. 

Tyllaugdovan. ^ knight's fee held by James le Rede. 

Balytaucan. |- knight's fee held by Robert le Waleys. 

Balytally. ^ knight's fee held by Baldwin le Petite. 

Balygally. J^ knight's fee held by John Galgel. 

Rilcome. | knight's fee held by Gilbert de Lyvet [or del Lyvet]. 

KUmacrys. 2 knights' fees held by David de Borrard. 

Balygormoc [alias Baligormot]. 3 knights' fees held by the heir of Regi- 
nald de Dene. 

Baldewynyston and Balygormoc [alias Bahgormot]. | knight's fee held 
by Adam de la Roche. 

Kilkeyvan [alias Kylkyvan]. 1 knight's fee held by John son of Henry. 

Balykermoc [alias Balikermot]. J knight's fee held by John Lunde. 

Connoc [alias Cunnok]. J knight's fee held by Philip Forlang. 

Kilgorman. J^ knight's fee held by Richard Wyche. 

(Unspecified.) ^ knight's fee held by James Ketyng. 

Balybarsyl. | knight's fee held by John de Sutton. 

Tollowyston. J knight's fee held by Robert Ketyng. 

Cath[erlagh]. The said earl was patron of the church and used to present 
rectors who on his presentation were admitted and instituted 
by the bishop. The earl likewise used to present the vicar. 

Old Ros. The earl was patron of the church. 

Kylscalan. The earl was patron of the church. 

Ireland. Extent or summary of two parts of the abovesaid lands &c. 
(undated), viz. : — 
Old Ros. The manor. 

[Great Island.] The castle and Island of Hervey. 
Cathelagh. The castle and county, with the hamlets of Dunleck and 

Fynnauth. 
Fothered. Rents of freemen with toU. 

Ireland. Extent or summary of two parts of the abovesaid knight's fees, 
with the variations there given within square brackets. 

Ireland. Summary of ' Dower of the lady.' 
BaUsax. The manor. 
Responte. The town. 
Fodereth. Demesne land, meadow and pasture with the issues of a 

water-mill. 
Old Ros. The advowson of the church. 

Scheckile of a third part of all the above knight's fees, viz. — ^in cos. 
Hertford, Bedford, Huntingdon, Suffolk and Norfolk, with the 
variations and additions there given within square brackets {defective). 



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Schedule of [a third] part of the above advowsons, viz. — in Norfolk, Suffolk 
and Ireland, with the variations there given within square brackets, 
with memorandums that the countess has in dower the manors of 
Ersham, Dickingham, Lopham and Walesham, co. Norfolk, and 
Stanham, Keleshale, and the manor Staverton, within which is the 
church of Eyk, co. Suffolk ; and that she is not dowered of a fourth 
part of the church of Antingham nor of the third presentation to 
the church of Thomeie. 

Extent of two-thirds of the above advowsons which are in the king's 
hand, viz. — in Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Berks and Sussex, and in 
Wales and Ireland. 

Writ of flenius certiorari to the bailiffs of Great Yarmouth concerning 
the value of the messuage in that town described in the inquisition 
returned by the escheator, 20 Feb. 35 Edw. I. 

Ivq. taken before the bailiffs of Jememuthe, 8 April, 35 Edw. I. 

Great Yarmouth {Magna Jernemutha). A messuage held of divers men 
by divers services, of no value because the houses thereon are ruinous ; 
but if it were let in fee to anyone to build the said houses and keep 
them up, the said messuage would be worth a mark a year. 

Writ of certiorari concerning knight's fees pertaining to the castle and 
manor of Bungeie, the manors of Staverton, Keleshale and 
Stanham, certain tenements ia Ipswich {in Gippeswico) and Cratfeld, 
CO. Suffolk, the manors of Dickingham, Ersham, Lopham, Halver- 
gate, Tacolneston, Walsham, and Dikelburgh, co. Norfolk, and the 
manor of Weston, co. Hertford, assigned in dower to Alice late the 
wife of Roger le Bigod earl of Norfolk &c., 20 June, 35 Edw. I. 
Hertford. Inq. made at Hicche, 5 July, 35 Edw. I. 

Knight's fees pertaining to the manor of Weston, which manor is assigned 

to the said AUce in dower. 
Weston. ^ knight's fee held by Nicholas Rumbaud ; ^ knight's fee 
held by Hawis Rumband ; ^ knight's fee held by WiBiam de 
Beaupre ; ^ knight's fee held by Reginald de Argentem ; and J 
knight's fee held by the heir of Robert Wabrond, an idiot (jatuus) 
and in the king's wardship. 
Staggenhoo. 1 knight's fee held by Thomas de Verdon. 
Hengsteworthe. i knight's fee held by Walter de Baud. 
WyUen. -^ knight's fee held by Mariota de WyUen. 
Bedford. Strattle. | knight's fee held by Maud de Thorp. 

Stratton, Melnhoo, W acton and Camelton. 3| knight's fees held by 
Thomas de Coudree. 
HtTNTiNGDON. Everton. 2 knights' fees held by Walter, bishop of Coventry 
and Lichfield. 

The said Roger at one time held the following fees, but did not 
die seized thereof. 
Hertford. Boxen. \ knight's fee now held by John de Benstede. 

Offeleye. 1 knight's fee now held by John de Sancto Leodegario. 
Bedford. Alricheseye, Eddeworthe and Holm. 5 knights' fees now held 
by Walter, bishop of [Coventry] and Lichfield. 

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435. Joan late the wife of Gilbert de Clare, sometime earl of 
Gloucester and Hertford, the king's daughter. 

Writ to the escheator, because of the death of the said Joan, to take into 
the king's hand all the lands &c. which were of the said Gilbert and 
Joan on the day the said Gilbert died, whereof the king enfeoffed 
the said earl and Joan for their lives, and also all the lands &c. which 
after the said enfeoffment have descended to the said earl's heir, or 
have come by escheat or otherwise, into whosesoever hands they 
may have come, &c., 1 May, 35 Edw. I. 
Oxford. Extent, 14 June, 35 Edw. I. 

Chadelynton. The hundred (extent given), including 10s. i^d. yearly 
from ' le Ward peny,' held by the said earl and countess at fee farm 
of the king in chief by the king's enfeoffment, to hold to them for 
their lives and to the heirs of their bodies ; which hundred will 
descend to the earl's heir by hereditary right ; and the king shall 
receive thence 110s. 2d. yearly. 

Gilbert his son, aged 17, is next heir of the said Gilbert de Clare. 

Oxford. Extent, Friday after St. Barnabas, 35 Edw. I. 

Swynebrok. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), including 
a wood within the forest of Wychewod and a several pasture called 
Muleham, was at one time in the seisin of John de Leghe by 
inheritance, who demised it to brother William Tothale, prior of 
the Hospital of St. John of Jersualem in England, and the bailiffs of 
the said earl and Joan, because of that demise made contrary to 
the statute, seized the same into their hands ; before the said seizure 
it was held of the said earl, and he and the said Joan held it of the 
king in chief as a member of the manor of Schipton, service unknown. 

Gilbert de Clare, aged 17 on 11 May last, is next heir of the said earl 
and Joan. 

Oxford. Extent, 14 June, 35 Edw. I. 

Bureford. The manor with the hamlet of Upton, near the town of 
Bureford, wherein the said Joan was not conjoined (extents given), 
held of the king in chief, as of the earldom of Gloucester, service 
unknown ; which manor and hamlet Ralph de Monte Hermeri 
holds by the king's commission until the full age of the heir. 

Bureford. The said earl long before his death enfeoffed John Giffard 
of the town, with the hamlet of Seynet (extents given) for his hie, 
and after his death the same came into the king's hand because the 
countess was not conjoined therein ; and they are held of the king 
in chief, as of the said earldom, service unknown. AU the above 
will descend to the heir by hereditary right. 

Heir as first above. 

Oxford. Extent, 2 June, 35 Edw. I. 

Shipton. The manor (extent given with the names of tenants), includiag 
20 free tenants in the hamlet of Ramesden, held jointly by the said 
earl and countess, by the king's enfeoffment of the king in chief, 
service unknown ; and it ought to descend to the heir by hereditary 
right. 

Heir as first above. 



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Oxford. Extent, 22 May, 3'5 Edw. I. 

Caversham. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), including 
meadow in Hardyngmede and pasture in ' la Horsengle,' a fishery, 
6«. 8d. from the fixed view of Shippelake, and 2s. from a ferry ; 
whereof the king enfeoffed the said Gilbert and Joan jointly, to 
hold to them for life and to the heirs of their bodies. 

Heir as first above. 

Berks. Extent, 16 June, 35 Edw. I. 

Spenhamlonde by Newebur[y]. 100s. rent from free tenants owing 
suit of court, and 16s. toll of the market {merchaett') and pleas &c. 
held of the earl Marshal, service unknown ; wherein the said Joan 
was not conjoined, for Alice de la March, sometime the wife of the 
said Gilbert, held (it) by his demise. 

Heir as first above, aged 17 and more. 

Berks. Extent, 25 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Stanvord. The manor (full extent given with names and works of 
tenants, including washing sheep and a cottar who ' debet trede the 
Dyve '(?), held jointly by the said Gilbert and Joan, by the king's 
enfeoffment in form aforesaid, of the king in chief by service of a 
knight's fee. 

Heir as first above. 

Somerset. Inq. 3 June, 35 Edw. I. 

Eston. A capital messuage &c., 81a. arable, 12fa. meadow, a common 
pasture, a grove, 11. lis. Id. rent of free tenants, 465. rent of customers 
and pleas &c. of court, held by the said earl, of the king's enfeoff- 
ment, by service of a knight's fee of the king in chief, as of the 
honour of Gloucester. 

Heir as first above, aged 16 and more. 

Wilts. Inq. 2 Jime, 35 Edw. I. 

Heghtredeburg. A capital messuage &c., 306a. arable, 16a. meadow, 
2 several pastures, a little grove at Homyngesham, IBs. 9d. rent 
from free tenants (named), 4:1. 3s. rent from customers, and pleas 
&c. of court, held by the said earl of the king in chief as a member 
of the honour of Gloucester, service unknown ; and they have fallen 
to the heir, after the king's enfeoffment abovesaid, by the death of 
one Richard de Westone who held the same of the earl for life. 
Heir as first above, aged 18. 

Wilts. Ivq. taken at Upavene, 29 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Wexcombe. The manor (fuU extent given with names of tenants), 
with the hundred of Kynewardestone, including a tenement at 
Paskemere, 25 virgates in Wexcombe and Wultone, and a market town 
called Bedewynde with toll and ' chypynggavel,' held by the said 
earl of the king in chief by service of rendering 321. yearly to the 
king at his exchequer. 

Heir as last above. 

Burbach or Burebach. Two carucates of land (extent given with names 
of free tenants), including a capital messuage, which have fallen 



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to the said heir, after the enfeoffment aforesaid, by the death of 
Ela sometime countess of Warwick, who held them of the said earl 
of Gloucester by knight's service, to wit, rendering 40s. when 
scutage runs. 

Devon. Inq. 27 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Langetre. The hamlet (extent given), whereof the said earl and Joan were 
enfeoffed jointly by the king in manner aforesaid, service unspecified. 

Devon. Inq. 25 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Chetelhampton. The manor (extent given), including a chace with 
deer, partly covered -wdth wood, and a fishery between Michaelmas 
and Easter, whereof the said earl and Joan were enfeoffed jointly by 
the king as abovesaid, service unspecified. 

Wynkeleye. The said Gilbert and Joan were jointly enfeoffed by the 
king of the homage and services of the tenants of the fees of 
Wynkeleye, with pleas &c. of courts and views of frank-pledge. 

Devon. Ivq. 31 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Northleye hamlet. A messuage &c., 29a. arable, 4a. several pasture, 
pasture in common, 2a. moor, 8a. meadow, 5a. wood, and rents &c. 
of bondmen and cottars, which Maud de Clare, sometime countess of 
Gloucester, in her widowhood procured from one Nicholas de 
Mortesthorn and afterwards gave to one Jordan de Insula for his 
life ; and in the time of the said Countess Joan, the same descended 
to the heirs of the said Gilbert and Joan by the said Jordan's death, 
as heirs of the said Maud, and were seized into the hand of the said 
Joan, who in that manner died seised thereof ; they are held of 
Sir Henry de Lancastre as of the inheritance of his wife, by service 
of \ knight's fee ; and 11a. arable held as abovesaid, of the lord of 
Coleswille by service of \\d. 

DoBSET. Inq. 31 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Portland. The manor (extent given) held by the earl of the king in chief, 

service unknown. 
Wyk. The manor (extent given) similarly held, service unknown. 
Waymuth. The borough held by the earl of the king in chief, per- 
taining to his earldom. 

No lands &c. have fallen to the heir by hereditary right or otherwise 
in the county after the said earl's death. 

Heir as above, age unknown. 

Dorset. Inq. 29 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Stupel. The manor (extent given), including the hundreds of Hasellore, 
Roubergh and Russchemore, held by the earl of the king in chief, 
service unknown. 

Warham. The township (extent given), including burgesses, rendering 
72s. b\d. yearly, a fishery, a fair at the feast of the Nativity of 
St. John the Baptist, and pleas &c. and toll of the market, held by 
the earl as pertaining to his earldom ; and there are paid yearly 
to the prior of Warham by the hands of the chief lords there 
11. 6s. 8d. rent and perquisites. 
No lands &c. have fallen to the heir &c. as above. 

Heir as last above. 



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Dorset. Inq. made at Dorcestre, 28 May, 35 Edw. I {defective). 

Craneborn. The manor (extent given), including a foreign hmidred and 
a chace, held by the earl, as pertaining to his earldom of Gloucester, 
of the king in chief by service of 2 knights' fees. 

Tarente Gundevill. A moiety of the town held by the earl, [as pertaining] 
to his earldom, of the king iii chief by knight's service. 

Tarente Eusscheweston. The manor (extent given) with the hundred 
of Conkesdich ; which manor Gilbert, son and heir of Thomas de Clare, 
after the death of the said earl recovered by writ of novel disseisin 
against Ralph de Monte Hermeri and Joan his wife and Gilbert 
[son of ?] the late Earl Gilbert, a minor and in the king's wardship. 

Pympeme. A moiety of the town and hundred (extent given) held by 

the said earl 

No lands &c. have fallen to the heir &c.' as above. 

Heir as last above. 

Kent. Inq. 22 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Westpecham. The manor (extent given), including 16a. pasture in a 
place called Gheldecote, \2d. ' gavelherth ' at Easter, 14s. ' couselver ' 
at the feast of St. Andrew, and AQd. ' melleselver ' at Christmas, 
held by the said Gilbert, by the king's enfeoffment, of the heirs of 
John Agylun by service of Id. yearly. 

Heir as above, aged 16 and more. 

Westpecham. The said earl gave to Thomas de Yspania to hold for his 
life, a capital messuage &c., 80a. arable, 40a. pasture, 3a. wood, 
3a. meadow, and 35. and 3 hens rent, which are held of the honour 
of Gloucester by service of i knight's fee ; and the said Thomas 
having lately died, the said tenements came to the hands of Ralph 
de Monte Hermeri and Joan his wife. 



Kent. Inq. 25 May, 35 Edw. I {def 

Thonebregg. The castle and borough (extent given), including customs 
of the burgesses called ' stretpanes ' at Mid Lent and ' feyrepanes ' 
at the feast of St. James, perquisites of the portmote, and weirs 
which render 20 great eels and 60 sticks {estik') of small eels at the 
feast of Carniprivium, held by the said earl, by the king's 
enfeoffment, of the archbishop of Canterbury by service of being 
his steward and butler on the day of his enthronement, and doing 
suit at the archbishop's court of Otteford held next after the feast of 
St. Michael only. 

Dacherst. The manor, a member of the honour of the castle 
aforesaid (extent given), including ' quemgavel,' ' benherthe,' 
405. common fine of Hildenne and Suth, and herbage and mast 
of the chace of Thon[bregge] ; and 16a. land held by the said earl 
by the king's enfeoffment, of Robert de Haudlo and Simon de 
Bardenne by service of 12s. id. yearly ; and there are also due to 
the priory of Thon[brigge] 61. 135. id. of yearly alms, and to the parish 
church of Thon[brigge] lib. frank incense, price id., of yearly alms. 

Haudlo. The manor, a member of the honour of the castle aforesaid 
(extent given), including a park, and a water-mill held, by the king's 
enfeoffment, of the heirs of Richard de Haudlo. 

Heir as above, [aged] .... day of May last. 



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Kent. Inq. 27 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Bradestede. The manor, a member of the honour of the castle of Thone- 
bregge, and borough (extent given), including ' stretpanes,' toU of 
the market, tenants of ' opelonde,' customs of ' rostwode,' the enclosing 
of Borghyard, ' medselvel ' and ' benherthe,' held by the said earl, 
by the king's enfeoffment, of the archbishop of Canterbury. 

Edenebregg. A manor (extent given), including a fishery in the stream 
held by the said earl, by the king's enfeoffment, of the abbot of 
Westminster by service of a pair of gilt spurs price &d., and by service 
of 35. yearly. 

Heir as above, aged 17 on 11 May last. 

Kent. Inq. 23 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Ealding. The manor (full extent given), including woods called Stonhame 
and Medle, 13 great eels and 24 sticks of small eels, fisheries of the 
weirs of DouUswer' and Eicdepole, a water-mill at Brenchisle, and 
stallage of the market, held by the said earl, by the king's enfeoff- 
ment, of the king in chief by service of J knight's fee, of the honour 
of Clare ; and there are payable to the priory of Thon[bregge] 
51s. 5Jrf. yearly alms. 

And the said earl held of the king's gift a court called the court 
of the honour of Gloucester, and another court called the court of 
Warblynton, as of the honour of Clare. 

Heir as above, aged 16. 

Cambridge. Inq. Saturday the feast of St. Botulph, 35 Edw. I. 

Bodekesham. la. land, 12Z. 3s. \d. rent of free tenants, pleas &c. held 

by the said earl and Joan. 
Swafham. 39s. &d. rent of free tenants. 
Royston (CrMcem Roysiam). A court worth 10s. yearly. 
Litlingetone. View of frank pledge worth 13s. id. yearly. 
Aringetone. View of frank pledge worth 6s. 8d. yearly. 
All held of the king in chief, service unknown. 
Heir as above, aged 16 and more. 

HxTNTiNGDON. Inq. Monday after St. Barnabas, 35 Edw. I. 

Sutho. The manor (extent given), including the views of Wolle, Sautre 
and Grantesden, held by the said earl and countess, by the king's 
enfeoffment, of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee. 
Heir as last above. 

Btjokingham. Inq. Tuesday after Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I. 

Stiuecle. The manor (extent given), including 12d. payable to Alice la 
Cottedewedewe for life for her dower for a pasture called Stokkinge, 
held by the said Gilbert and Joan in chief, as of the honour of Bristoll, 
by the king's enfeoffment. 
No other land &c. descended to the earl's heir. 

Heir as above, aged 17 on 11 May last. 

BxrCKiNGHAM. Inq. Thursday before St. Barnabas, 35 Edw. I. 

Esinton. A capital messuage, 100a. arable, 18a. meadow, 2ja. pasture, 
and 28s. 6d. rent of free tenants, held by the said earl, as member of 
the honour of Rothewelle, of the king by service of | knight's fee. 



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And the said earl, before the king's enfeoffment, gave all the above 
to Ralph de Batelesmere for life, who survived the said earl, and 
after his death the said Joan, the king's daughter, gave the said 
tenements to Gandin de Clare brother of the said Gilbert for life, 
who died seised thereof, and these tenements descended by hereditary 
right to the earl's heir, and no others. 
Heir as above of the said Gilbert and Joan, aged 16 and more. 

BxJCKiNaHAM. Inq. Wednesday after Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I. 

Little BrikhuU. Two parts of the manor (extent given) held by the 
said Gilbert and Joan, by the king's enfeoffment, of the king in chief, 
as of the honour of the castle of Dover, by service of 13s. yearly ; 
and certain lands held of the lord of Caldeoote by service of 55. 
yearly. 

No other lands afterwards descended to the said earl's heir &o. 

Gilbert, son of the said Gilbert and Joan, aged 17 on 11 May last, is 
next heir of the said Gilbert. 

Buckingham. Friday before Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I. 

Great Marlowe. The manor (extent given), including a windlass 
[wyndasmlus]) upon the Thames for hauling ships, rendering lOa. 
yearly, a fishery rendering 205. yearly, 2>l. 13s. rent of the borough, 
toll of the market, and fairs on the feast of St. Luke and on 
Wednesday in Whitsuntide, held by the said Gilbert and Joan with 
other lands, by the king's enfeoffment, of the king in chief by the 
service pertaining to an earl. The said Gilbert died seised thereof 
wholly, but afterwards the said Joan demised to John le Paniter(?) 
her servant and Agatha his wife for their lives 2 virgates of land 
without any buUding, by service of Id. yearly ; all which are in the 
king's hand by the death of the said countess. 
No other lands descended to the heir &c. 

Heir as last above, aged 16 on 11 May last. 

Northampton. Inq. made at Trapston on Thursday before St. Augustine, 

35 Edw. I. 
Liberty of the honour of Gloucester, in co. Northampton. Certain views 

and a court held by the said Gilbert jointly with Joan late his wife, 

to them and the heirs of their bodies, by the king's enfeoffment, 

of the king in chief, service unknown, viz. : — 
Deneford. The court and view, whose pleas &c. are worth 100s. ; and 

he used to receive at the same view lis. 8d. certain yearly from the 

towns of Raundes, Wylewynecotes, Middelcotes, Aldewynole, Lowyk, 

Trapston, Ryngsted, and Deneford. 
Coderstok. A view worth 30s. ; and he used to receive at the said view 

15s. M. certain from the towns of Tanesouere, Sothewyk and Pyryho, 

and Codirstok and Glapthorn. 
Barton Haurad. A view worth 10s., and 4s. fixed view. 
Stanieme. A view worth J mark, and 2s. fixed view. 
'Heir as last above, age unknown. 

Northampton. Iiiq. Tuesday after Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I. 

EotheweU. The manor and hundred (full extent given), including a 
pasture in Littelwode, a wood called Mikelwode, a market 



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let to divers men in Rothewell, rendering 14?. 10s. yearly, a fair 
{feria) on the feast of Holy Trinity, worth lOOs. yearly, and fixed 
views from the townships of Broghton, Lodyngton, Craneslee, 
Keylmersch, Overton, and Rothewell, held by the said Gilbert 
and Joan, jointly enfeoffed by the king to hold to them and the 
heirs of their bodies, of the king in chief, service unknown. And 
10?. are payable to the countess of Ferrars yearly for her life by the 
said earl's deed. 
Navesby. The manor (extent given) held by the said Gilbert of the 
earl of Lincoln by service of three parts of a knight's fee ; which 
manor descended to the said Gilbert of hereditary right by the death 
of Isabel de Portibus, late countess of Albemarle, after the king 
had refeoffed the said Gilbert and Joan of the manor of Rothewell 
in form aforesaid. 

Heir as last above. 

Essex. Inq. 23 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Berdefeld. The manor (extent given), including a park, ' herdselver ' 
and ' maltselver,' held by the said Gilbert and Joan, by the king's 
enfeofifment, of the king in chief, service unknown ; and 400a. land, 
7a. meadow, 8a. pasture, and 4Z. is. yearly rent, acquired by the 
said earl from Robert le Bruys, after the king's enfeoffment aforesaid. 
Heir as above, aged 16 and more. 

Essex. Inq. 25 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Clarette. The hamlet (extent given), including lOl. rent from free tenants 
in Clare, co. Suffolk, pertaining to the hamlet of Clarette, held by 
the said Gilbert and Joan, by the king's enfeoffment, of the king in 
chief by service of fee farm, as of the honour of Boulogne, rendering 
lOl. yearly at the king's exchequer. 

Hersham hamlet. 45a. arable, 2a. meadow, 2a. pasture, a windmill, 
and 20s. rent, similarly held of the king in chief, service unknown. 

Stamburn. 6s. 8d. profits of a court pertaining to the honour of 
Gloucester. 

Heir as last above. 

Essex. Inq. taken at Berdefeld, 24 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Thaxsted alias Thaxstud. The manor (extent given), including customs 
called ' herdselver ' and ' maltselver,' and rents of 8 plowshares and 
7 arrows, held by the said Gilbert of the king in chief as a member of 
Gloucester (honour), service unknown ; which manor was of the 
inheritance of the said Gilbert, and the said Joan was not enfeoffed 
thereof, because at that time it was in the hands of Alice de la Marche 
formerly countess. 

Heir as last above. 

Hertford. Inq. Wednesday after Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I. 

Staundon. The manor (extent given), including 10s. farm of a mill, 
and no more because Gilbert son of Thomas de Clare receives the 
residue, and toll of the market, held of the king in chief, as of the 
honour of . . . brok, as of the marshalcy of England, servicei 
xmknown. The king enfeoffed the said GUbert and Joan of the 



318 INQUISITIOiSfS. 



same, and no other land descended to the earl or his heir after that 
enfeoffment. 
Popishal. Certain tenements held by the said Gilbert, by the king's 
enfeoffment as abovesaid, of the king in chief, as of the honour 
of Dover, service unknown. 

Heir as above, aged 16 on 1 May last. 

Sfssbx. Inq. 19 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Rutherefeld. The manor (extent given), including 3 capital messuages, 
a free chace with deer, a hundred, and a custom called ' swynyeld,' held 
by the said Gilbert and Joan of the king in chief, service imknown ; 
and tenements called Lynetereslond and Rymmeslye, held of Robert 
de Bromfelde by service of rendering him 18s. yearly. 

Heir as above, aged 17 and more. 

SxJREEY. iTvq. 28 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Blacchingelegh. The manor (extent given), including 2 parks and a 
custom called ' parkselver.' 

Blacchiagelegh. The borough (extent given), including rents of shops 
and stalls ra the market, perquisites of the fair on the feast of All 
Souls, and pleas &c. of the portmote. 

Ticheseye. A capital messuage, 4a. meadow, 50a. pasture, 103a. arable, 
and 47s. 2\d. rent. 

Chepatede. A wood, 64s. 6d. and 10 ploughshares rent yearly, works 
worth 109s. l\d. &c. 

Okham. The manor (extent given). 

Waldyngeham. 118a. arable and pasture and 28s. \d. yearly rent. 

Camerwell or Camberwell. 69a. arable, 14s. yearlyrent, 6 hens and 80 eggs 
yearly. 

Tillyngedoune. A capital messuage, 200a. arable worth 4d. an acre, 
and 20a. land worth 2d. an acre, yearly. 

All held of the said Gilbert and Joan of the king in chief, as a 
member of the honour of Clare. 

Tyllingedoune. The said Gilbert and Joan on the day when the said 
Gilbert died, held 100a. arable and 10a. pasture there, but Henry 
de Shenefeld and Christiana his wife, whilst the said lands &c. were 
in the king's hand by reason of a trespass of the countess, 
recovered the same by judgment of the king's court, as the dower 
of the said Christiana of the free tenement of Thomas de Warblynton 
sometime her husband, and they were seised thereof untU the 
escheator by royal command took the same into the king's hand 
after the death of the said Joan. 

Heir as last above. 

Southampton. Inq. taken at Andevere, 21 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Upclatford. 41s. 9d. yearly from 5 free tenants, and U. 19s. Qd. yearly 
from 17 customers, held by the said earl of Richard Siward, service 
unspecified ; all which descended by hereditary right to Gilbert 
his son and heir, aged 18 on the feast of the Invention of the Holy 
Cross, 35 Edw. I. 

Southampton. Inq. 20 5Iay, 35 Edw. I. 

Mapuldrham. The hamlet (extent given). 



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Petersfeld. The borough (extent given), including a toll worth 50s. 
yearly. 

Both held by the said Gilbert of the king in chief, service unknown ; 
and they descended to Gilbert his son and heir, as last abovesaid. 

SoTJTHAMPTOiir. Inq. 20 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Cornhamptone. The manor (extent given with names of six free tenants) 
held by the said earl of John de Sancto Johanne by service of 2 
knights' fees ; all which descended to Gilbert his son and heir, as 
last abovesaid. 

Norfolk. Inq. 4 June, 35 Edw. I. 

Welles. The manor (extent given). 

Warham. The manor (extent given). 

Wyveton. The manor (extent given). 

All which descended to the said Gilbert by hereditary right, after 
the surrender of his lands &c. to the king, and they are held of the 
king in chief by knight's service. 

Walsyngham. The manor (extent given), wherefrom the prior of 
Walsyngham receives 20s. yearly. 

Bretcham or Brecham. The manor (extent given). 

Crimplesham. The manor (extent given). 

All held by the said Gilbert and Joan jointly, by the king's enfeoff- 
ment, of the king in chief, as of the honour of Clare and of the honour 
of Gloucester, service unknown. 

Sharyngton. A foreign leet. 

Heir as above, aged 18 and more. 

Suffolk. Inq. made at Henhowe on Thursday before the Nativity of 
St. John the Baptist, 35 Edw. I. 
Le Bluntishalle in Witherisfelde. The manor (extent given) held jointly 
by the said Gilbert and Joan, by the king's enfeoffment, of the 
king in chief, service unknown ; and Sibyl, late the wife of Roger 
Loveday, after the said Gilbert's death, recovered the said tenements 
by a writ of novel disseisin before the king's justices at CattishiUe, 
against Ralph de Monte Hermeri and the said Joan and others, 
and held them until now that they were taken into the king's hand 
because the said Gilbert died seised thereof. 

Suffolk. Inq. 24 May, 35 Edw. I (defective). 

Subers. The town with the hamlet of ' le Wodehale ' (extent given), 
including a pasture called Portmannecroft which the burgesses 
have at fee farm for 40s. yearly by the charter of earl Richard, a 
several fishery, toll &c. of the market and fairs of SS. Gregory and 
Bartholomew, and customs of weavers and ' stalage,' held jointly 
by the said Gilbert and Joan, by the king's enfeoffment, of the 
king in chief, service unknown. 
Deseningg with Cavenham. The manor (extent given), including two 
parks, a rabbit-warren and a fishery called ' Cavenham Pond,' held 
jointly as above of the king in chief, service unknown ; 60a. land, 
which the said Gilbert acquired after the said enfeoffment, held of 
John de Gedding by service of a clove gillyflower ; and a foreign 
meadow at BabbeweU which is held at fee farm of the abbot &c. of 
St. Edmund's by service of 275. 8d. yearly. 



320 INQUISITIONS. 



Haverhille. The manor (extent given), including toU &c. of the market, 

held jointly as above of the king in chief, service unkno-wn. 
Suthwold. The town (extent given), including 24| thousand herrings 

price is. a thousand, similarly held. 
Lakinghithe. A messuage, 40a. arable, 6 houses, a fishery, 40s. rent 

from customers, and pleas &c. of court with the leet, held jointly 

as above of the prior &c. of Ely by serArice of 2s. yearly. 
Mildenhale. 30a. land, [6a.* pasture], and 20 free tenants rendering 

lis. 5d. yearly, held jointly as above of the king in chief, service 

unspecified. 
Clare. The castle with the honour (extent given), including the leets 

of [Multon*] and Denardeston, similarly held. 
Clare. The town (extent given), including toU of the market, and the 

fair of Wanteford at the feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Mary, 

similarly held, service unknown. 
Clare. The manor (extent given) similarly held. 
Honedene. The manor (extent given), including a park, similarly held. 

Heir unspecified. 

Glotjcester. Extent, 19 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Campeden. A carucate of land (extent given), including a capital 
-messuage, and pleas &c. of court, held jointly by the said earl and 
Joan, by the king's enfeoffment, of the earl of Chester by service of 
^ knight's fee. 
Heir as above, aged 16 on 11 May last. 

Glottcbstbe. Extent, 17 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Eyndecumbe. A carucate of land (extent given with names of free 
tenants), including a capital messuage, pleas &c. of court and 2 
views, held jointly as above of the king in chief by service of J 
knight's fee. 
Heir as above, aged 17 on 11 May last. 

Glotjcester. Extent, 16 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Stok. A carucate of land (extent given with names of customary tenants), 
including a capital messuage, pleas and perquisites of view &c., 
similarly held as member of the earl {sic) of Gloucester, which 
earldom the said earl held of the king in chief by service of 1\ 
knights' fees. 

Heir as above, aged 16 on 11 May last. 

Glotjcestee. Extent, 25 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Mars. A carucate of land (extent given), including a capital messuage, 
and pleas &c. of court, held by the said Gilbert of the king in chief by 
service of ^ knight's fee ; wherein Joan his wife was not joined by 
the king's enfeoffment, but it descended by hereditary right to 
Gilbert his son and heir, aged as last above. 

Gloucestee. Extent, 17 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Fayreford. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), 
including a water-mill with a certain suit of Middelton, 81. tallage of 

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EDWARD I. 324 



customers, a market town in which are 68 burgesses rendering 68s. 
yearly, a fair (fayria) on the day of St. James and toll of the 
market, held jointly by the said Gilbert and Joan, by the king's 
enfeoffment, of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 17 on 11 May last. 

Glottoester. Extent, 24 May, 35 Edw. I (defaced). 

Sobbury. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), 
including a park with deer, a park without deer at ' la Leigrave,' 
a tenement in Bridenewike, and a market town wherein are 
90 (?) burgesses holding 176 burgages &o., held by the said Gilbert 
of the king in chief by service of | knight's fee, wherein the said 

Joan was not joined by the king's enfeoffment 

descended by escheat after the king's enfeoffment of the said Gilbert 
and Joan 

Heir as above, aged 16 on 11 May last. 

Gloucester. Inq. 25 May, 35 Edw. I. 

Thombur[y]. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), 
including a park with deer, a fishery in the Severn, a croft in 
Mortone, and a market town wherein are 60 burgesses holding 100 
burgages &c., jointly held by the said Gilbert and Joan, by the 
king's enfeoffment to them and the heirs of their bodies, of the 
king in chief, service by itself unknown, because it is a member of 
the earldom of Gloucester, which the said earl held of the king in 
chief by service of 10| knights' fees. 

Heir as last above. 

Gloucester. Extent, 15 May, 35 Edw. I (defective). 

Theukesbur[y]. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), 
including a vineyard and preserve (vivarium), a chace in Cors with 
deer, 4s. for common in Swynham from (tenants of the abbot?) of 
Wynchecombe of Twenyng, 6s. 8d. rent from tenants of the abbot of 
Beubek of Aston, a virgate of land held by Richard Cayleway for 
which he ought to carry writs within the four seas of England, 
other tenants who ought to carry writs and gather grapes in the vine- 
yard, 8 fishing tenants at Muythe, and a market town wherein are 70 
burgesses holding 145| and | burgages, and a custom called 'ful- 
stale,' held jointly by the said Gilbert and Joan, by the king's 
enfeoffment, of the king in chief, service by itself unknown because 
they hold the earldom of Gloucester, of which this is a member, of the 
king in chief for 7| knights' fees. 

Heir as last above. 

Worcester. Inq. 2 June, 35 Edw. I. 

Bisscheleye. The manor (full extent given) held by the said earl together 
with his other lands &c. in England by service of 7| knights' fees, 
but in what manner the manor is held separately of the king in chief 
the jurors know not ; and certain lands and rent (are held) in dower 
by Margery de Brewes. He held no lands in the county of any other 
man than the king, nor any, after the king's enfeoffment to the 
said earl and Joan his wife, in any way falling to his heir. 

Heir as last above. 

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322 INQUISITIONS. 



Worcester. Inq. 1 June, 35 Edw. I. 

Hanleye. The manor (fuU extent given with names of tenants), including 
140a. arable and pasture at Blakemore, a wood of the ohace of 
Malveme, rents of sokemen, and 2\d, for mowing a ' lawe sithe,' 
held similarly in aU respects to the above. 

Heir as last above. 

Glamorgan. Inq. Monday the octave of Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I. 

Keyrdif. The castle and town with its members Raath and Lequyth 
alias Lecwitthe, Lekwythe, and the whole county of Glamorgan 
(extent given), including at Keyrdif 423 burgages rendering 211. 3s. 
yearly, certain pieces of land beyond the Taff held by Richard 
de Sancto Hilario, a fishery in the Taf as weU (by) weir as net, and 
toll of merchants by land and sea, at Raath 305a. arable &c., 14s. 
rent of a weir fishery, and lis. from Laniltwyt for mowing the meadow 
of Taff, and at Lekwythe a fishery let on lease, all held by the said 
Gilbert and Joan, enfeoffed jointly by the king to them and the 
heirs of the said Gilbert, of the king in chief, service unknown ; and 
the abbot of Neeth receives yearly 20Z. 35. for other lands &c. which 
the earl had in exchange before the king's aforesaid enfeoffment. 

Heir as above, aged 16 on the first Friday in May last. 

Glamorgan county. 

21 free tenants, rendering \2l. 5s. yearly for the guard of the castle 

of Kaird[yf], viz. — 
Cogan. A messuage and 2 carucates of land held by John de Cogan, 

rendering 13s. 4d. yearly. 
Dynaspowis. The castle and 4 carucates of land held by John de Somen, 

rendering 23s. 4d. yearly, {and inserted above the line) ' of the lord of 

the castle of St. Fagans 6s. 8d.' 
StiUi. A messuage and 4 carucates of land held by Remund de SuUi, 

rendering 6s. id. yearly. 
Costinton. A messuage and 2 carucates of land held by Thomas Costyn, 

rendering 65. 8rf. yearly. 
Wrencheston and Wonfa. Two messuages and 3 carucates of land held 

by Joan de Raleie, rendering 16s. 8d. yearly. 
St. Nicholas. A messuage and 4 carucates of land held by Wilham 

Corbet, rendering 20s. yearly. 
Lanririd. A messuage and 2 carucates of land held by Paulinus de 

Kaird[yf], rendering 3s. 4d. yearly. 
Penmark. A messuage and 4 carucates of land held by John de 

UmframvUe, rendering 26s. id. yearly. 
St. Athan. A messuage and 4 carucates of land held by Richard de 

Nerberth, rendering 26s. M. yearly ; and for tenements in Pentlyn 

13s. U. 
Landoh, Lanmays, Landou, Seint Donats and Marcros. Certain lands 

held by John de Raleie, Remund de SuUi, John de Wjoiton, John 

de Penebrug and David de la Bere, rendering 33s. 4tZ. yearly 

equally. 
Uggemor, Marthemaur, Coitlow, Langewy, and Neuton. 48s. 4rf. rendered 

yearly for their lands &c. by Henry de Lancastre, Richard Siward, 

Payn Turbervile, the abbot of Morgan and Philip de Welle. 



EDWARD I. 323 



All owing suit at the county (court) of Glamorgan every month, 
together with 63 Welshmen of Kybur, who do no other service for 
their lands &c. in Kibor but suit at the said court every month. 

Pleas &c. of the said court 151. yearly. 

Glamorgan. Inq. Thursday after the octave of Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I. 

LanyltWit alias Laniltuyt. The town with the whole country of Ruthyn 
(extent given), including tolls of the market of Laniltwit and of the 
ports of Barri and Aberthau with the fair of LlanUtwit on the feast 
of St. Martin, mowing 14a. meadow at Coytlou, and carriage of rods 
for makiag sheepf olds and hurdles, and at Ruthyn, mountain pasture, 
and a wood called Korchmayloc, held by the said Gilbert and Joan, 
jointly enfeoffed by the king to them and the said Gilbert's heirs, of the 
king in chief, service unknown as it is a member of the county 6f 
Glamorgan ; and the abbot of Neeth receives 251. 17s. f d. yearly. 

Lanblethyan alias Lamblethian. The manor with the town of Ooubrugge 
and the castle of Talevan (extents given with the names of tenants), 
including at Lanblethyan a fishery, customers who ought to repair 
the wheels of wagons and carts, and the ironwork (ferra) of 5 ploughs, 
at Talevan a custom from turbary in the Redmarsh called ' weygavel,' 
and an aid called ' commorth,' and in Ooubrugge 276f burgages, 
and toll of the market with a fair on the feast of the Exaltation of 
the Holy Cross, all similarly held of the king in chief by barony as a 
member of the county of Glamorgan ; and 381. 10s. 6f d. are paid 
to the abbot of Neeth yearly. 
Heir as above, and he was aged 16 on the first Friday in May. 

Langunyth. The hamlet with the whole country of Tirzalth (extent 
given), including the site of an ancient castle, held jointly as above, 
of the king in chief of ancient acquisition, service unknown. 
Heir as last above. 

Glamorgan. Inq. 5 June, 35 Edw. I {defective and defaced). 

Lanttissen alias Lantrissan. The castle and town with their members, 
viz. — the whole land of Miskyn and Glynrotheni, T[rewern* and] 
Argoderwlad, with the manor of Cloune and a part of the tenants 
in St. Fagans (extent given), held jointly as abovesaid by the king's 
enfeoffment, of ancient acquisition, service unknown ; including, — 
in Cloune, pasture of Haywode of the forest of Glintaf, and of the 
forest between Taf and Cavan, and a fishery in the Taf ; in the 
town of Lantrissan, 145 burgages and toll of the town and fair on 
the feast of St. Peter ad Vincula ; and in Miskyn, the pasture of 

Blaynau(?) Kayr, and 25s. 7|d. rent called comorth. 

Heir as above, aged 16 on the first Friday in May. 

[Glamorgan.] Inq. 5 June, 35 Edw. I. 

Kenefek alias Kenefec. The castle and town (extent given), including 
142 burgages with 142a. land, a water-mill and a windmill demised to 
the abbot of Morgan, and toll of the market with a fair on the feast 
of St. James, held jointly as above of the king in chief by ancient 
acquisition, service unknown. 

Heir as last above. 

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324 INQXnSITIONS. 



Glamorgan. Inq. 19 June, 35 Edw. I. 

Kayrfilli alias Kaixfily. The castle and town with their members, viz. — 

Landevedu, Redcastle {Rvbeocastro), Hendredeni, Kevenkam, 

Rudri, Whitchurch {Albo Mo^iasterio), Griffithsmoor {Mora Griff'), 

Merthyr and Kilthegayr, with the whole country of Seinghenith 

(with names of tenants), held jointly as above of the king in chief, 

service unknown, via. — 

Kayrfilli. Rents of burgages, and pleas &c. 

Lanvedu. 21a. land, Br. meadow, pasture, a water-mill &c. 

Bedcastle. 42a. arable. 

Hendredenny. 24a. arable and 6a. pasture. 

Glyntof, Grencoyd, Keveynon, Cumb and Kevenkarn. 6|a. arable, 
a parcel of pasture, and in Kevenkarn, a ' pitte ' in which are 
dug sea coals, the profit whereof is worth 20s. yearly. 

Rudry. 13a. land, 3a. meadow, and 405. 2|rf. from free tenants. 

Whitchurch. 345Ja. arable, and 2a. meadow in demesne, 48a. arable 
and, 3a. meadow held to farm by Kenewrek ap Howel, a water- 
mill, rents, works &c. 

Griffithsmoor. 60a. land and 16a. meadow. 

Merthyr. 15a. land, 15a. meadow, a pasture and a water-mill ; 
8a. land and 8a. meadow at Kemeyrmorleys which Gron[ou] 
ap Jevan Loyd [holds ?] by the demise of Ralph de Monte 
Hermeri and Joan his wife .... la. meadow and a pasture at 

Lannercok(?) ; 2a. meadow and a plot of pasture at 

Kayrkedu(?) which Llewellyn ap Griffi[th] holds by the demise 
of the same Ralph and' Joan ; and 10a. arable, 2(?)a. meadow, 
and a plot of pasture, [at] Penbont which Madoc Vachan 
held for life by the gift 

Kylthygayr. A messuage, 20a. land, 8a. meadow, and a parcel of 
pasture ; and certain parcels of waste at Lanririd, Clonkenred, 
Brynpelchanger(?) and Hendreseysild ; and Llewellyn ab 
Griffi[th] held there certain arable lands, meadow and waste 
for life by the demise of the said Ralph and Joan. 

Senghenyth. 2il. 8s. 2f<i.(?) rent from Welsh freemen &c., including 
certain lands &c. in Maistralth held by David ap Griff', and 
31s. l^d. from customary tenants in a place called Hendreboyth. 
Heir as last above. 

Radur alias Le Radur. A house, 63a. arable, 3a. mountain meadow, 8 
customers with their works &c. and pleas &c., tenure unspecified. 

Glamoboan. Inq. 4 June, 35 Edw. I. 

Neeth. The castle and town with the hamlets of Kilthebebilth alias 
Kilthebilth, KilthebeHth, and Bruttone (extents given), including 
in Neeth, a several pasture called Kneth, 60 Welshmen holding 
410a. mountain pasture to farm, 128 burgages, lands &c. held by 
the abbot of Neeth, a ferry, toll of the market, and a fishery in 
the weir, held by the said Gilbert and Joan, enfeoffed jointly by 
the king, of the king in chief as a member of the county of Gla- 
morgan, service unknown. And there are paid to the abbot of Neeth 
in exchange for other lands 113s. |d. yearly. 

Heir as last above. 



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[Monmouth ;] wenlok. Inq. {undated). 

Newport {de Novo Burgo). The castle and town, and the county of 
Wenlok with its members Stowe, Rempny, Djnieleys, and 
Coganesmore {mora Cogani) (extents given), held by the said Gilbert 
and Joan, jointly enfeoffed by the king to them and the heirs of the 
said Gilbert, of the king in chief, service unknown, viz. — 
Newport. The castle and town (extent given), including 228 

burgages. 
Wenlok. The county (extent given), including 42s. 6d. rent of 

Welshmen at Werngethyn. 
Stowe. The manor (extent given), including 9 customers who 

owe works of carrying yearly to the castle of Neuburk for 

Christmas, and from Stowe to Kayrdif, Strugoyl or Usk with a 

horse. 
Dyueleys. The manor (extent given), including customers who 

each carry com four times yearly with a horse to Newport or 

Kayrd[if]. 
Coganesmore. The manor (extent given), including a pastttre by 

the sea shore, a fishery, and customers each carrying a load of 

corn twice yearly to Newport, and other services. 
Rempny alias Rempiu. [The manor ?] (extent given), including a 

pasture called Warth by the sea shore, and customers carrying 

brushwood (buscam) from divers places to the castle of Kayrd[if]. 
Heirs unspecified. 

[Monmouth.] Inq. Tuesday before St. Barnabas, 35 Edw. I. 

Maghhay. The town with the whole country of Maghhay (extent given), 
includiiig a fishery of Deffrenebboth, held jointly as above of the 
king in chief of ancient acquisition, service unknown. 
Heir as last above. 

[MoNMOUTH.l Inq. Friday after the octave of Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I. 

Usk. The castle with the lands &c. underwritten (extent given) held 
jointly as above, tenure unspecified, viz.-r- 
Usk. The town (extent given) including 293 burgages, toll of the 

market and fair, and the fishery of Usk. 
New Grange. Three carucates of land containing 280a. &c. (extent 

given), 40a. land at Hodelehale, and 444^a. land and waste in 

Wamhir beyond the Usk, which lie void since the war. 
Langyvio township. 17 customers holding 125a. land with 2 plots, 

and rendering 21s. id. yearly. 
Coytkenor. 21 customers holding 128a. land and rendering 21s. 5|d. 

yearly. 
Aigoyb Weeloc. 61 customers holding 207a. land and rendering 

66s. lOd., and a water-miU. 
Warthacuitnb township. 66 customers holding 495|a. land, rendering 

118s. 8|d. yearly, and 144a. new land rendering 24s., and a 

water-mill. 
Landesoy township. 23 customers holding 180|a. land and rendering 

30s. Id. yearly, 24 villeins holding 198a. new land and rendering 

33s. yearly, a water-miU, &c. 
Lany Wym, Kevenrosuedi and Wernvaur townships. 50 villeins 

holding 457ia. and rendering 51. 8s. lOjd., and a water-mill. 



326 INQUISITIONS 



Trostray. 9 customers holding 57a. land and rendering 8s. Zd. 

yearly. 
PeUlienny and Lanpadoc. 54 customers holding 315a. land &c., 
rendering 53s. IQd. yearly, and a mill on the Avon, and the cus- 
tomers owe ' kylgh ' to the Serjeants and foresters worth U. yearly. 
The pleas &c. of the court of Usk are worth 20Z. yearly. 

Trillek. The town (extent given), including 113 burgesses holding 271 
burgages, rendering 13?. lis. yearly, and holding 583a. land, rendering 
U. 17s. 2d. yearly, tolls of the market, pleas &c. of the hundred 
worth 30s. yearly, the site of an old castle, the forest, 60 pustomers 
at Peneradgoel(?) and Vispole holding 323a. \r. land and rendering 
51s. \d. yearly, 61 villeins at Penalht holding 500a. land and render- 
ing 4?. 3s. 4d. yearly, 4a. meadow which used to belong to the 
chapel of Landenassen, 16 villeins holding 76 Ja. land at Stokkes 
and rendering 12s. Qd., 20a. Ir. at Bythycwere in the hands of the 
burgesses, 16 tenants at Wytebrok holding 104|a. land, and render- 
ing 24s. l\d. yearly, 3 water-mills, and \Ql. pleas, fines &c. belonging 
to the courts of Trillek and Cumkarvan. 

Troye. 2'10\a. arable in demesne, 300a. pasture and waste in Lam- 
bardesmore, 3a. pasture, 19a. Ir. meadow, 6 free tenants rendering 
20s. l\d. yearly, 13 villeins holding 84|a. land and paying no rent 
and 66 customers holding 231^a. and rendering 675. &\d. yearly with 
'kilgh, ' works &c., a water-mill, and lOs. pleas, fines &c. 

Cymcarvan. 18 free tenants rendering 16s. 2>d. yearly, 121 villeins 
holding l\5\a. and \a. land rendering 11. 9s. l|rf. yearly and ' kylgh,' 
18 tenants holding 108ja. &c. and rendering 225. l\d. and 'kylgh,' 
and a water-miU. 

Lantrissen alias Little Lantrissen upon Usk. Houses with garden, 
90a. in demesne, 175a. Ir. in the hands of John Bluet for life of the 
gift of Sir Kalph de Monte Hermeri whereof a part remains void after 
the war, 9a. pasture, 10a. underwood, a water-miU held by the said 
John Bluet for Ufe, free tenants rendering 5s. 4|d. and 2lh. cum- 
min, villeins holding 425o. land, cottagers, customers &o. and 13s. 4d. 
pleas &c. of court. 

Lantrissen. Tenements which descended to the said earl by hereditary 
right, after the enfeoffment &c., viz. — \ knight's fee held by John 
Bluet for life by the charter of Sir Ralph de Monte Hermeri, which 
was in the hands of Sir Bevis (Bogonis) de Clare, by the charter 
of Gilbert earl of Gloucester to hold to him and the heirs of his body, 
when the earl surrendered all his castles &c. into the king's han(&, 
and after the death of the said Bevis reverted to the said earl, viz. — 
the site of an old castle sometime of William de Wauton, 58|a. Ir. 
arable, ll|a. meadow, 2a. pastiure, a free tenant holding 25|a. 
land rendering 65. ^d. yearly, 3 customers, 2 cottagers, and 
customers holding 52a., rendering works only, and 3s. pleas, 
fines &c. 

Lancomb. The manor (extent given) similarly fell to Gilbert de Clare 
by the death of Sir Bevis de Clare, after the enfeoffment &c. 

[Monmouth.] Inq. Friday after St. Margaret, 35 Edw. I. 

Tregruk alias Treigruk. The castle and manor (extent given) held by 
the said Gilbert of the king in chief, service unknown. 



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Bevis (Bugo) de Clare, brother of the said earl, held the same 
to himself and the heirs of his body by the earl's enfeoffment long 
before the earl surrendered his lands &c. to the king, and after his 
death without heir of himself, the castle and manor descended to 
the said earl. 

Heir as above, aged 16 on 11 May last. 

[Monmouth.] [*Karlyon. The castle, town and manor (extent given) 
with members, viz. — 

Lobennythe. 178a. land, 43a. meadow and 55a. pasture &c. 
Edelegon. Land, meadow, pasture, a water-mill, rent &c. 
Wendy. 105a. land, 20a. meadow and rent. 
Little Tintern. 18a. land, and l|a. meadow. 
Brokewere. The fishery. 
Lynwere. The fishery and Waletkylch {sic). 
Seinthathan. 22a. land, 16a. meadow and 5s. &c. rent.] 

Extent or summary of the above lands &c. in Wales (defaced). 

[Ireland.] Extent, Thursday after the octave of Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I. 

Coyllauth. The burgesses held their burgages with the lands pertaining 

thereto, rendering 61. 8s. Id. yearly and doing suit at their hundred 

^ (courts). There is a mill thrown down, and the tenants render 7s. 

yearly for their hand mills ; the pleas &c. of the hundred are worth 

10s. yearly. 

[Ireland.] Extent, Thursday after the octave of Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I. 
KUmanauth. Six carucates and 15a. land are held by the burgesses in 
■their burgages, rendering 61. 2s. 6d. (yearly) and doing suit at their 
hundred (courts), and there are cottars rendering 13s. 5d. yearly, 
toll of the market, a mill, and 10s. pleas &c. of the hundred. 

Ireland. Extent of the lands &c. which were of David son of Miles, and 
came to the hands of the countess as her escheat because the said 
David was a bastard and died without heir of himself, made at 
Cnoatwre(?) before William de la Haye, escheator of Ireland, on 
Tuesday after St. Barnabas, 35 Edw. 1. 
Hillyd. 158|a. arable, besides (?) (prefer) 120a. dower of Mabel Hacket and 
80a. dower of Cecily late the wife of the said David, l|a. meadow, a 
' currauth ' of alder, certain parcels of pasture containing 60a., 
and a hiU (montana) whose pasture extends at 4s. yearly. 

Ireland. Extent of the lands &c. of the said countess similarly made at 
Kilkenny on Tuesday after the octave of Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I. 
Palmeryston. The manor (extent given), including a stockade(?) 
(bretagium), a granary, a grange and other wooden houses of forks 
(furcis) thatched with straw. 

Ireland. Similar extent, made at Kilkenny on Tuesday next the quinzaine 

of Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I. 

Rosbargon. The site of a manor, with 2 houses of forks thatched 

with straw, 240a. land uncultivated on account of the war in those 

parts, and 33a. meadow; the burgesses used to render 8l. 4s. ll^d. in 

* So given in the Calendar printed in 1806, but now missing. 



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time of peace, but only 60s. can now be levied, for it wias burnt in 
the war and almost all the tenants are dead ; and there are a 
decayed water-mill and garden of | ' estang ' ; pleas &c. of court 
nothing because there are no tenants. 
Ireland. Similar extent made at Jeripont on Wednesday after St. Barnabas, 
35 Edw. I. 
Thomaston. 31a. arable in demesne and 3|a. and 1 ' estang ' of moor, 
burgesses of a fifth part of the town who render 43s. 9d. yearly 
and do suit at their hundred (courts), 14 wasted burgages, 28s. 6f^. 
yearly rent which Gilbert de Clare bought of Philip Maxmsel, 20s. 
rent from Reymund le Ercedekne for a portion of the toll of 2 mills. 
2 mills whereof the countess used to receive a fifth part of the toll 
of the earl's inheritance, and a third of a fifth part which Earl 
Gilbert acquired from Phihp Maunsel, a bakehouse which Earl Gilbert 
built, and 3s. 4ei. pleas &c. of the hundred. 

Ieeland. Similar extent made at Kilkenny on Tuesday after the octave of 
Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I (faded). 
liOughmetheran. A ruinous stockade(?) (bretag^), grange, stable and a 
ruinous sheepfold of stakes ; 260a. of demesnes and 240a. which lay 
fallow for the whole time of the countess, and 14a. meadow ; 11. 12d. rent 
of free tenants (extent given with names of tenants), including a 
carucate of land in Brunyston held by John Lowys rendering 10 capons 
and 20 hens and doing suit of court whenever it is held, a carucate of 
land called Arblasteryslond held by John Cook (Gocus), rendering 2s. 
and doing suit as above, 28a. land by the lake of St. Patrick, 
Kilkenny, rendering 2s., and 15|a. land at ' le Nynche ' held by 
Thomas de la Fenne, rendering 15s. 6d. yearly and doing suit as 
above ; a rabbit-warren and turbary. 

Irblastd. Similar extent, Saturday after Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I. 

Kilkenny. The borough and town (extent given), including a castle 
which has a hall, 4 towers, a chapel, a mote and divers other buildings, 
a stone house in the middle of the street {in medio vico) of the town, a 
plot by the house of Roger de BristoUia, and another opposite the castle, 
7a. meadow by ' le Gibbethulle,' 111. Us. 4|d. yearly from free 
tenants (named), including the burgesses of Kilkenny who hold 
their burgages and lands by the enfeoffment of William the marshal, 
rendering 111. 15s. 4d. and doing suit at their hundred (courts), a 
smithy held by David le Mareschal, toU of the market and fair, a 
custom of letting houses during the fair whereof a third part 
pertains to the lord, and plots outside the houses in the street 
let for the time of the fair, 6 mills in ruins, a garden beneath 
the castle, another in the street {vico) of St. John, a fishery, and 
60s. perquisites of the hundred of the town ; Q61. 13s. 4d. perquisites 
of the assizes of Kilkenny (court) with pleas of the crown when held, 
and 20 marks perquisites of the county. 
She died 19 April, 35 Edw. I. 

lRBLAiir]>. Similar extent made at Callan on Thursday after the octave of 
Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I. 
Dunfert. The manor (extent given), including within the close a haU, 
chamber, dairy and grange, a stockade(?) {bretag') outside the 



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gate, and other wooden houses, 143a. land at Nyweham which are in 
the hand of the countess by the surrender of EHas de Ibbyston 
for arrears of rent, 3 carucates of land in Davyiston which were of 
David Louthmetheran and Philip Crooker, 251. 9s. 5d. from free 
tenants, including 8a. land in Daviyston held by Wilham de Grangia, 
and 24Z. 9s. 4|d. from the burgesses of Dunfert, who hold 4 carucates, 
83a. and 1 ' estang ' of land in their burgages and a pasture in 
common, a water-mill, a weir with fishery, and fishery of the water 
(eque) of ' le Nore.' 

Ireland. Similar extent Monday the octave of Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I. 
The old town of Jeripont. A chamber for a granary, a grange and a 
sheep fold (bercheria) of forks (furcis) thatched with straw, in 
bad condition, 135a. arable, 3a. meadow, 40a. of moor, grove and 
pasture, 8 cottars holding 18a. land, certain ' gablarii ' at Cast- 
langossir holding | carucate of land at the lord's will, and | caru- 
cate of pasture at CoUeth lying waste on account of the murrain ; 
Ql. lis. 3d. rent from free tenants, including a carucate of land at 
Balylaure held by John de Rupe, rendering 605. yearly and doing 
suit of court, a carucate of land at Kilerne held by Robert son of 
Robert by service of 2s. when royal service is proclaimed and doing 
suit of court, and a carucate there similarly held by Robert de la 
Lyserne, a carucate in ' le Nywes ' held by Geoffrey Calf, rendering 
ITd. yearly and doing suit, 12a. land in Incheganelan held by Roger 
Ryvel rendering 6s. 8d. and doing suit, and burgages held by the 
burgesses of the new town of Jeripont who render 22s. 6d. and do 
suit at their hundred (courts), and they. hold a carucate of land in 
Roslygan rendering 40s. yearly, and John Sacwart renders ^Ib. pepper 
yearly to have protection for his Irishmen ; an old garden, prise 
of ale, and perquisites of court, and pleas &c. of the hundred. 

Ireland. Extent of lands &c. of the manor of Fermaill which was of the 
said earl and is now in the king's hand by reason of the minority 
of his heir, made at Kilkenny on Thursday after St. Barnabas, 
35 Edw. I. 

FermaiU. The manor (extent given), including a castle surrounded 
with a stone wall and a hall with stone walls, both roofed with wooden 
shingles, a grange of forks thatched with straw, 62s. Id. from cottars 
and 'betagii,' and 22s. 6d. from free tenants (named), including 
I carucate of land in Athorn held by Thomas de Midia, rendering 
13s. id. yearly and doing suit of court ; and there are in rent payable 
to William de Sancto Leodegario 37s. 2d. yearly. 

Bagodyston. A carucate of land which Earl Gilbert acquired by escheat, 
now in the king's hand in form aforesaid. 

Corbaly in Offarclan. Half a carucate of the acquisition of the said 
Gilbert. 

Offarclan. The castle which was of the said countess with 29 carucates, and 
60a. land used to be worth 261. 4s. 4d., but because it is in the high 
march, the land now lies waste because of the war of the Irish and 
nothing can be received thence, but the king spends 40?. yearly 
about the guarding of the castle. 

Kildermoyth.r Four carucates and 4a. land, which used to be worth 
81. 16s. lid. but now Ue waste. 



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Clontypir. Certain lands of the inheritance of the said Gilbert, which 
certain farmers hold rendering 54s. yearly. 

Ireland. Extent of the manor of Callan which was of the said countess on 
the day she died on 19 April(?), 35 Edw. I, made on Wednesday 
after the octave of Holy Trinity in that year (defaced). 
Callan. The manor (extent given), including a castle in which is a 
hall of wbod roofed with wooden shingles, a stone chamber, a kitchen 
and chambers of wood, and in the hagard a great grange, a stable 
of stone and an ox house, and 12a. meadow in ' le Brodemede' ; 31Z. 2s. 
rent from ' betagii,' including 2 carucates 24ja. land held by Irish 
' betagii ' at Rosmore, 63a. 1 J ' estang ' of land held by the ' betagii ' 
of Monyclon, 130|a. land held of those of Moyordrum, 189|a. land 
and 4:1a. moor, pasture &c. held by those of Moycorky, 316|a. land 
held by those of Balylayn, 40a. land held by certain Engfish and 
Irish tenants at Old and New Coyllauth, and certain cottars ; 

rent from ' gavelarii,' including 110a. land at Matthew's 

town(?) held by William le Blund, and 15a. at Dromyn(?) held by the 

burgesses of Callan ; and rent from free tenants(?), including 

.... at Coillauth held by William de Glo .... Moycorky 

12 J carucates of land .... doing suit of court and mill 

burgages two water-mills ...... a fair 

Ireland. Similar extent of the lands of Ballycallan, Dammauth, Balydougill 
and Lethirdan, Thursday after the octave of Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I. 

Balycallan. Three carucates, 107a. demesne land, meadow &c. and 
181. 3s. ll^d. rent, including 2 carucates of land in Coulyssil 
held by Geoffrey Schortall, rendering il. yearly and doing suit 
at the court of Balycallan and the mill of Kilmanauth, 2 carucates 
in Damauth held by John de Braham rendering 8l. I8d. yearly and 
doing suit of court, 5 carucates in ' le Keppauth ' held by Roger de 
Pembrok, rendering a sparrow-hawk without suit, a carucate at 
Balauthcomyn held by WiUiam Marcros, the elder, and WiUiam his 
brother, rendering il. 12s. yearly and doing suit of court, 24a. land 
in Seskynythan held by Walter Strik rendering 7s. 6d. yearly and 
doing suit of court, and a carucate held by Malauthlyn 0'Doing(?) 
for life by the gift of the countess, rendering Id. yearly without suit. 

Dammauth. 163a. demesne land, meadow and pasture in Rogeryston, 
153a. in Lyssodam, 2 carucates of land in Tybirkenny, 3 carucates 
of land in Kendirganyston, Arclan and the land which belonged to 
the priest (presbiteri), and 120a. of the land which was of John de 
Braham. 

Balydowill. 273a. demesne land, 34s. 8d. rent from free tenants(?), viz. — 
a carucate of land at ' le Sart ' held by Robert Schortall, rendering 
lib. pepper yearly, doing suit of court by John Schortall and 40s. 
royal service, a carucate of land at Balynolan held by John de Kent, 
rendering lib. pepper and doing suit of court and mill, a carucate of 
land at Boutyston held by Nicholas de Hoo rendering 13s. id. yearly 
and doing suit of court, and a carucate of land at Cromal town held 
by Master Henry de Raggeleye rendering 20s. yearly and doing suit 
of court and miU ; and a water-mill. 

Lathirdan. 69a. demesne land ; 58s. 6d.(?) rent from ' gavelarii ' (named), 
including 8a, land in Gortruth held by Thomas 0'Cudy(?)j rendering 



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2s. 8d. yearly, and J carucate held by him there for life for 12d. 
yearly ; and 65s. lOd. rent of free tenants, viz. — a carucate of land 
at ' le Holdeton ' held by Alan Dounyng, rendering 40d. yearly and 

Kilkenny(?), and 110a. land at Louanth held by Walter, 

Robert and William Champeneys, Robert Archebald and 

rendering 62s. 6d. yearly and doing suit of court. 
Perquisites of courts 3s. 6d. 

C. Edw. I. Files 128 to 130. 

436. Hugh le Forester. 

Writ {of certiorari) on the petition of Adam son of Walter del Wodehouse, 
showing that Alice de Rumleye, sometime lady of the castle of 
Skipton in Cravene, by her charter which he exhibited in the. 
chancery, granted to the said Hugh, his great grandfather whose 
heir he is, certain assarts in the fordst of Skipton in Cravene to hold 
to him and his heirs for keeping the said forest, which he did until the 
day of his death, and they are now detained in the king's hand by 
his bailiffs of the said castle, 6 Feb. 35 Edw. I, 

[York.] Inq. Saturday after St. Alban, 35 Edw. I. 

Skipton in Cravene. The said Hugh by virtue of the said Alice's grant 
had assarts in the forest together with the keepership of the forest 
and held it until his death ; and in the time of the said Alice and for 
his whole life he received yearly for doing the said keepership a 
robe or 1 mark at Christmas, and the whole bark of all oaks given 
by the lord and thrown down by the wind, with their boughs and 
branches, and all other trees {lignis) where honey shall be found, 
the honey to the lord of the castle and the tree to the said Hugh. 

The said Adam, aged 35, is his next heir. 

G.Edw.I. File IBl. (1.) 

437. Mary, late the wife of Alan de Cambbrton. 

Writ of plenius certiorari to Peter Malorre and John de Insula, upon the 
petition of Thomas de Redeman and John le Venur of Camberton, 
kinsmen and heirs of the said Alan, showing that whereas the said 
Mary held a third part of all the said Alan's lands &c. in Cumberland 
in dower, by the assignment of the said Thomas and John, the king 
because she adhered to the Scots, caused all her said lands &c. to 
be taken into his hand, and now that the said Mary is dead, they 
pray that the said lands &c. which she held in dower may be 
restored to them, as heirs of the said Alan, 12 Feb. 35 Edw. I. 

Writ of venire facias to the sheriff of Cumberland to provide jurors as 
required by the said Peter and John, 12 Feb. 35 Edw. I. 

Endorsed : — The sheriff was commanded to cause jurors of the neighbour- 
hood of Camberton and Creysothen, whereof four at least to be 
knights &c. of no affinity to the said Peter and John, to come to 
Carlisle on Tuesday after Mid Lent, but the inquisition could not be 
taken on that day for want of jurors. Mary late the wife of the 
said Alan held a third part of a carucate of land in Camberton, and 



332 INQUISITIONS. 



a third part of a carucate in Creyksothen and Talentir, Waverton 

[and] Wyndscales. 
She died at Frereton(?) in Fyf, in Scotland, about the feast of the 
Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 32 (Edw. I), and the petitioners are 
next heirs of (the said) Alan &c. 

Jury panel. 

Mandate to the sheriff to have the bodies of the jurors (as in the above 
panel) on Tuesday after Mid Lent to decide {recognoscend') what 
lands &c. the said Mary held, and whether the said Thomas and 
John are next heirs of the said John or not, and so many &c. whereof 
four are to be knights &c. 

Another jury panel. 

Ctjmbbrland. Inq. taken at Carlisle on Friday after St. Gregory, 35 Edw. I. 

After reciting the above writ and mandate ; the said Mary on the 

day she adhered to the Soots held the following in dower of the 

inheritance of the said Alan : — 

Camberton and Craysothen. A third part of two carucates of land, held 

of Thomas de Culwenn' by service of a third part of half a mark for 

comage, and a third part of 1S>. cummin. 

Talenty. A third part of 2(?) messuages and of 32a. land, of Thomas de 

Derwenwater by service of a third part of &d. for comage. 
Waverton. A third part of a messuage and \a. land, of John le Brazour 

by service of a third part of 2d. 
Wyndschales. A third part of a messuage and 9a. land, of Adam de 
Wyndschales by service of a third part of 2d. 

She always did the said services to the chief lords when she was (?) 
in those parts. 

She had no other tenements in the county. 

She died at Frerton ia Fyff in Scotland about the feast of St. John the 
Baptist, 32 (Edw. I), as the jurors understand by men of those parts who 
have come from Scotland. Thomas de Bedman and John le Venour 
are next heirs of the said Alan. 

Endorsed with a mandate to the sheriff to give seisin to the said heirs. 

G. Edw. I. File 131. (2.) 

438. Wttt.tam son and heie of Wiixiam QurNTYN. 

[Wilts.] Prooj of age taken at Wylton, . . Dec. 35 Edw. I. 

William Bruton, aged 50, says that the said heir will be 22 years of 
age on the morrow of the Epiphany next, for he was bora at Great 
Wychford on the morrow of the Epiphany, 13 Edw. I, and baptized on 
the morrow in the church there ; and he knows that so much time has 
elapsed because Christina Quintyn, sister of the said heir's father, whom 
witness married, died in the following year, 14 Edw. I. 

Edmund Falk, aged 60 {sexagenariv^), says the like, and knows it 
because in the following year he was made regarder in the forests of 
Clarindon and Gravelee. 

Hugh Shyrman, aged 50, says the Uke, and knows it because he has a 
son, Hugh, who was born in the previous year. 

William de Wyly, .aged 50, says the like, and knows it because John 
his father died the previous year. 



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Robert Bede, aged 60, says the like, and knows it because he had a 
son, Walter, who died at.Wichford at the feast of St. Michael in the same 
year. 

Peter Wyppe, aged 50, says the like, and knows it because he married 
Joan, daughter of William de Cherleton, at the feast of the Purification 
in the same year. 

John le Pruce, aged 50, says the like, and knows it because on the 
day the heir was bom he was a carter of Robert Bede who was then farmer 
of the church of Great Wychford. 

Adam Welybaud(?), aged 51, says the like, and knows it because in 
the same year he had seisin of all his lands through the death of William 
his father from WiUiam de la Hide the chief lord. 

Peter de Wodeford and William Kydenhot, aged 60, Nicholas le Sordere, 
aged 66, ... . and William de Clandon, aged 40, say the like, and 
know it because on the day of the said heir's birth [they were] at his 
father's house 

Andrew Payn, guardian of the heir's lands &c. could say nothing 
why they ought not to be rendered to the said William as of full age. 

C.Edm.I. ^*7el31. (3.) 

439. Eva, late the wife of Peter de Cotingham of Deseburgh. 

[Northampton.] Assignment of dower made at Deseburgh, 20 May, 
35 Edw. I. 
[Deseburgh ?] A third part of a capital messuage &c. and of two virgates 
of land adjacent, and 14. rent by the hands of the heir of the said 
Peter or of his guardian. 

C.Edw.I. FileUl. (4.) 

440. Henry de Gascrik. 

Writ, 20 June, 35 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. 5 July, 35 Edw. I. 

Barton. A messuage and 6 bovates of land, held of the king as of the 
barony, which was of Gilbert de Gaunt, now in the king's hand, by 
service of making one appearance at the king's court at Barton after 
the feast of St. Michael ; a messuage, a windmill and 4 bovates of 
arable land, held of the prior of Sempringham by service of 4s. 
yearly ; a plot and |a. arable (there ?) held of Robert de la Warde by 
service of 3d. yearly ; a water-mill there held of John de Hothom 
by service of 20s. ; and there are there 3 free tenants rendering 
30s. yearly. 
He held no other lands in the bailiwick. 

John his son, aged 24 and more, is his next heir. 

Similar writ, 27 March, 1 Edw. II. 

Endorsed by the escheator that he has made no execution of this writ, 
because a similar writ came to him in the time of King Edw. I, 
which he sends with the inquisition made thereon. 

Writ to the same escheator to send without delay the inquisitions he has 
made, and the late king's writ, 1 April, 1 Edw. II. 

C.Edw.I. JiZel31. (5.) 



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441. John db Btjeesyerd alias db Btjsyerd, db Bitbsybrd. 

Writ, 26 Feb. 35 Edw. I. 
SiTBTOLK. Inq. Tuesday before St. Greorge, 35 Edw. I. 

Schadnefeud. The manor (extent given) held of the king as of his manor 
of FrameUngham, which is now in the king's hand by the enfeoffment of 
Roger le Bigot earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, by service 
of IJ knight's fee. 
Bursyerd. The manor (extent given) held of the king, as of his said 
manor of Framelingham, by service of J knight's fee. 
He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

John his son, aged 30, is his next heir. 

C. E^. I. File 131. (6.) 

442. Robert db Merston. 

Writ, 24 Feb. 35 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. 15 March, 35 Edw. I. 

Merston. A capital messuage, 59a. arable, 10a. meadow, and certain 
free tenants, customers and cottars (named), held of the heir of 
Ralph de Gouxill [alias de Gousle], who held of the king in chief, 
a minor and in the king's wardship, by service of J knight's fee and 
rendering 4s. yearly to the said Ralph's manor of Roxham ; 21a. 
arable and la. meadow held of Sir Philip de Lindesey, service 
unknown ; a bovate of land and 2a. meadow held of the abbot of 
Neubo by service of rendering 13d. yearly ; l^a. meadow held of 
the prior of Haverholm by service of 13d. yearly; and a croft held 
of Payn Tybetoft by service of 3s. yearly. And the said Robert 
rendered yearly for the lands held of the aforesaid heir, a gallon 
(lagenam) of oil price 6d. to the chapel of St. Mary the Virgin, 
Merston, at Christmas, 22d. for sheriff's aid, ^ qr. . . . to Aubrey 
de Foston, and 2s. to the prior of Malteby. 
He held no other lands &c. in the baUiwick. 

John his son, aged a year and a half, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 131. (7.) 

443. Joan de Sormavilb. 

Writ, 15 June, 35 Edw. I. 
Somerset. Inq. taken at Somerton, 6 July, 35 Edw. I. 

Nyweton SormavUe. A messuage &c., 66a. arable, Ja. meadow, la. wood, 
2a. alder wood, 5 free tenants (named), a tenant in villenage, two 
tenants of cottages, and pleas &c. of court, held of the king in chief 
by petty serjeanty, viz. by service of rendering yearly at Michaelmas 
a new sheet (unius mappe nove) 10 ells long, and a towel 5 ells long, 
at the exchequer ; and a tenement described in terms identical 
with the above, held of the heirs of WilUam de Grouiz, who hold 
of the king in chief and are of full age, by knight's service. 
She held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick. 

WiUiam de Cruket, her son, aged 30 and more, is her next heir. 

C.Edw.I. FiUlU.(,%.) 



EDWARD I. 336 



444. William db Braytoft aJias de Braitob't. 

Writ of plenius certiorari on the representation of William son and heir 
of the said William, that whereas his father held certain lands &o. 
in Braytoft and Gunneby, co. Lincoln, of Edmund Deyncurt, Gilbert 
de Gaunt seized them after his death by reason of petitioner's 
minority, as if they were held of him, and held them as wardship 
until his death, when the bailiff of the king's manor of Folkingham 
by the Idng's command took the same into the king's hand as if the 
said Gilbert had been seised thereof in his demesne ; he is now of 
full age and has entered on his lands held of other lords, and prays 
the king to do him justice, 26 Nov. 35 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. made at Parteneye, 23 Dec. 35 Edw. I. 

Braitoft and Gunneby. The said William held 20a. land, 10a. pasture, 
and 21s. rent, of Edmund Deyncurt as of his manor of Steping by 
service of ^ knight's fee, and not of Gilbert de Gaunt. On his death 
the said Edmund entered upon the same as wardship and held it until 
the said Gilbert ejected him, who held the same as wardship on the 
day he died ; after which Thomas de Weston, to whom the king 
committed the keeping of the lands &c. whereof the said Gilbert 
had enfeoffed the king, and after him William de Welleby to whom 
the king committed thatkeepership for a time, and now Walter de 
Gloucester the king's escheator for four years, have held the same 
as wardship. 

The said William his son is his next heir, and was 21 at Whitsunday, 
31 Edw. I. 

C.Edw.I. FilelBl.{9.) 

445. Walter de Castorp of Billesfeld. 

Writ [16* Dec. 35 Edw. I] {missing). 
Lincoln. [Inq.] . . Dec. 35 Edw. I (a fragment). 

Billefeld. A fifth part of a capital messuage, 18a. arable, 2a. meadow, 

a several pasture, a pasture (in common) and a several fishery .... 

held of, Robert Peche by service of ^ knight's fee. 
Car (?). The site (?) of a capital messuage 

unknown. 
held of the earl of Surrey by service 

the said earl's court. 

Gilbert son of Beatrice de 30 years and more (is) his next 

heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 131. (10.) 

446. Bbvis (Bogo) de Knovill alias de Cnovyle. 

Writ, 6 July, 35 Edw. I. 
Wilts. Inq. 3 Aug. 35 Edw. I. 

Dich^ygge. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), including 
a messuage, | virgate of land, |a. meadow, and l|a. wood which 
Adam de Alecombe holds, owing suit at the hundred of Bissoppeston 

* iS«e Calendar of Fine Bolls, p. 549, 



336 INQUISITIONS. 



for the manor of Dicherygge, held of the king, by reason of lands 
which were of Roger le Bigod, sometime marshal of England, now 
in the king's hand, by service of | knight's fee except a fifth part ; 
and it is of the inheritance of Joan (deceased) late the wife of the 
said Bevis. 
Bevis his son, aged 30, is his next heir. 

Marches of Wales. Inq. made at Strugull, 31 July, 1307. 

Marthem. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief, as of the 
honour of Strugull now in the king's hand, by service of a Welsh 
knight's fee. 
Heir as above, aged 24 and more. 

Glottcestbb. Inq. 1 Aug. 35 Edw. I. 

Gravenhull. Seven tenants rendering 19s. l\d. yearly, held of the king 

in chief by service of ^ knight's fee. 
Little Teynton. Two carucates of land (extent given), including a 
capital messuage, held of Alan Plockenet by service of a pair of 
gloves, price Id. 
Kylkoite. A carucate of land (extent given), including a capital messuage 
and 12a. wood within the forest of Dene, held in chief of John de 
Ferrariis by socage, rendering \d. (yearly). 
Heir as above, aged 24 at the feast of St. Leonard last. 

C.Edw.I. Filem.{n.) 

447. 'NicHOLAA late the wife of Baldwin db Aldham. 

Assignment of dower to the said Nicholaa from the lands &c. of the said 
Baldwin, who held of the king in chief {undated) [about* 1 9 Edw. I(? )]. 
Sussex. Lampham. The manor, extended at 91. 18s. 8jd. yearly. 

Gevyngton. The manor, extended at 191. I5d. yea.rly. 
Kent. Aldham. The manor, extended at U. Is. fd. yearly. 

Brembeltye. 6s. 8d. rent from Richard Hereward and his heirs for a 
tenement in the hamlet. 

C.Edw.I. File m. (12.) 

448. Richard db Stbetton. 

Writ, [flO Feb. 10 Edw. I(?)] {missing). 
[Warwick.] Inq. made at Stretton on Thursday after the feast of St. 

Matthias {defective). 
A capital messuage with garden, a fishpond held of 

Thomas son of Thomas de Asteleye. 
36a. land doing suit at the said Thomas's 

court in Morton every 3 weeks. 
A certain of the church of Wytenaye worth 

12a!. yearly, rendering 12d. yearly to John le Jovene. 

of the said Richard, aged 18, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 131. (13.) 

* See Calendar of Fine Rolk, p. 291. 
t iSee Calendar of Fine Rolls, p. 158. 
N.B. — The dates of Nos. 447 and 448 have been supplied from the Calendar of Fine RoHs 
»nce the reference numbers were fixed. 



EDWARD I. 337 



449. Sbwal de Worth, of Haynton. 

Writ [*18 Feb. 10 Edw. I or 19 April, 11 Edw. I] (rmssing). 
[Lincoln.] Inq. (undated and defective). 

H[aynton ?]. A knight's fee held of Peter de Schoteny which 

fee Peter rendered with his other fees to the king during the life- 
time of the said Sewal nor did any service 

to the king during his lifetime held 

of the said Peter by the knight's service pertaining to such a 
tenement. 

Haynton. A capital messuage, 12 bovates of land in demesne, 11 bovates 
of land held in villenage, a windmill and a water-mill, held of Robert 

[de Grenley] homage and doing suit at his court 

of Sixhill every three weeks ; a plot and 2a. land for lid. rent to 

the said Robert ; 8 bovates of land [held of] Nicholas 

Tochet for 12s. 6d. rent, and 12d. to the same Nicholas for having 
a way to a certain mill. 

Haynton and elsewhere. A knight's [held of John] de Kyme of Gryseby, 

lately deceased, and his ancestors unknown except 

2 bovates of land which he held of the said John and his ancestors 



Haynton and Houton. 13s. assised rent of the fee of 

the said Robert de Grenley and John de Kyme. 

John his son, aged 9(?) at the feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 
10 Edw. I, is his next heir. 

See Gal. of Inquisitions P.M., Vol. II, No. 263. 

G.Edw.I. ^i?e 131. (14.) 

450. Robert de Kaynes. 

Pourparty of the fees whereof Hawis late the wife of the said Robert is 
dowered {undated), [about 10 Edw. I?]. 
Gloucester. Little Sobbyry. A knight's fee{?) held by the heirs of Jordan 

Byssop. 
[Sussex.] Wyleden. J fee held by Thomas de Lenn. 
Northampton. Herleston and Great Heyford. | fee held by John de 
Bolimer ; and else where of the king. 
Walton. J fee held by John de Mohaut ; and elsewhere of the king. 
Sprotton. J fee held by John son of Simon de Monte Acuto. 
Sussex. Eokynton, Yeverton and Beydinton. 1 fee held by Roger la Warr'. 
Gloucester. Lassebur'. 1 fee held by Henry de Lassebur'. 
Wilts. (Unspecified.) J fee held by Robert de la Lee. 

See Cal. of Inquisitions P.M., Vol. II, No. 433 and Gal. of Close Rolls, 
1279-1288, pp. 225 and 240. 

C.Edw.I. File 131. (15.) 

451. Oliver de [PuncJhardun. 

Writ [27t Nov.(?) 11 Edw. I.] (missing). 
Southampton. [Inq.] made in the presence of Philip Crok and John le 
Sauvage (undated and defective). 



* See Calendar of Fine Rolls, Edw. I, pp. 159 and 183. 
t See Calendar of Fine Rolls, Edw. I, p. 175. 



Wt. U428. 



338 INQUISITIONS. 



held of the king in chief 

a member of Faccumbe of the queen in the New 

Forest seized the manor of Elingeham into the hand 

He held nothing in co. Southampton He held the 

manors aforesaid by service of a knight's fee. 

Oliver [his] son, aged 30 and more 

G.Edw.I. ^i7e 131. (16.) 

452. WHiUAM DE Lanoedon. 

Writ {missing). 
Essex. {Inq.'\ {undated and defective) [*about 2 Edw. I]. 

Lang[edon]. A messuage, [189 ?]a. arable, 5\a. meadow, 8^a. pasture, 
rents and works, held of the king in chief by service of a knight's 
fee. 
James his son, aged 10, is his next heir. 

MemorandMm of a third part of the above, including 63a. arable. 

C. Edw. I. File 131. (17.) 

453. John db Tbayly. 

Writ, [3 Dec. 1 Edw. If]. 
Essex, /wg. {undated). 

Hobruge. The manor (extent given) held of the heirs of Richard de 
Momfechet by service of \ knight's fee. 

Walter his son, aged 21 and more, is his next heir. 

See Gal. of Inquisitions P.M., Vol. II, No. 15. 

G.Edw.I. Filelil. (18.) 

454. MaTTHEVP DB COLUMBARnS. 

Writ {missing). 
Southampton. Inq. {undated) [about 10 Edw. If]. 

Enham and Crockes Estone. \\ knights' fee held of the king in chief 

by service of a knight's fee. 
Thuderleye. The manor with (its) hamlets held of Lady Isabel de 
Eortibus, countess of Albemarle, by service of a knight's fee. 

Michael de Columbariis his brother, aged 60 and more, is his next 
heir. 

G.Edw.I. Filem.{\9.) 

455. William de CtrMBs. 

Memorand/wm of the division of the lands of the said William into three 

equal parts {undated). [2 Edw. I.J] 

[Oxford.] [Combe.] Arable lands in the fields called Morfeld, Estfeld and 

Westfeld, la. in a meadow called Sutham extending from the said 

Wilham's weir to the field of Middilton, and \r. meadow between the 

* fi'ee Calendar of Close Rolls, 1272-1279, yTm. "^T 

t See Calendar of Fine Rolls, Edw. I, ■p. 165. 
X See Calendar of Close Rolls, 1272-1279, j>. 67. 



EDWARD I. 339 



said weir and field, a fishery extending from his weir to the weir 
sometime of Sir Eoger Gernun, a pasture called Radewell, and 4s. 4d. 
rent from Alexander de Draycote and two other free tenants. 
Cheleworthe. 3 villeins and 2 cottars (named). 

Part of the dower assigned to the said William's wife : — ^in place of 
a third part of the capital messuage, (there is) assigned a messuage 
in the town. 

O.Edw.I. FiUU\.{2(i.) 



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ADDENDA. 



456. Richard, son and heir of Roger Loveday. 

Writ to Walter de Gloucester, escheator, to take the proof of age of the 
said Richard, who was bom at Often and baptized in the church 
there, as is said, and says he is of full age, and seeks the lands &c. of 
his inheritance, held, of the honour of Peverel which is ia the king's 
hand, which are in the wardship of Fraric de Mateshale and John de 
Fyton, executors of the will of Simon de Bradenham, deceased, to 
whom Eustace de Hacche granted the same, who had the wardship 
by the grant of Adam de Cretyng, to whom Queen Eleanor sometime 
the king's consort demised the same, who had it of the king's grant ; 
23 Sept. 31 Edw. I. 

Gonf. Vol. II, No. 643 ; and Vol. Ill, No. 486. 

C. Edw. I. File 110. (16.) 

457. John, heir of Robert Walrand, an idiot. 

Writ (missing). 
Gloucester. Transcript of extent made on Saturday after the Assumption, 
29 Edw. I. 
Cystone. The manor, which was of the said Robert and is in the king's 
hand by reason of the said John's idiocy (full extent given), including 
20a. land and \\a. meadow which formerly were of the master of 
the hospital of St. Laurence, Bristol, 2a. meadow and 12a. pasture 
at Doyntone, 71o. pasture in La brech, a park of 46a., another park 
of 96a. called Overpark, customs called ' wodehennes ' and ' beinerth,' 
and customers of greater and less tenure and cottars, who ought to 
be taxed at the will of the lord, with the advowson of the chapel, 
held of the heirs of WUUam de Berkele of Dyrslee, service unknown, 
and there are due 2s. yearly to Wilham Tracy for 2| virgates of land 
in Doyntone. 

Wilts. Transcript of extent made on Friday after St. James, 29 Edw. I. 
Laventen. The manor, similarly in the king's hand (fuU extent given 
with field names and names of those who have pasturage), including 
pasture on the moor, pastures called Vemibrech, Smalemers, Thomes 
and upon Roghedone, and ' la heye,' and 17 customers, with their 
duties and privileges, after whose deaths the lord ought to have 
the best {mdiorem) beast for a heriet, nor shall they marry son or 
daughter outside the manor or sell horse or ox, without Ucence, 
held of the earl of Arundel in chief, service unknown. 

Wilts. Transcript of extent made on Saturday after St. James, 29 Edw. I. 
Yatesbyry. The manor, similarly in the king's. hand (full extent given 
with names of tenants &c.), including a pasture called Northlese, 
a pasture upon Coulewebergh, and customs and heriet &c. as above, 
held of the king in chief, service unknown. King Henry the king's 
father gave the manor to Robert Walrand. 



ADDENDA. 341 



Wilts. Transcript of extent made on Thursday after St. James, 29 Edw. I. 
Winterbourne Ascertone. The manor, similarly in the king's hand 
(full extent given with names of tenants), including 10a. land in 
the Suthfeld and Northfeld which formerly were of Reginald, rector 
of the chapel of Wynterbourne, by the demise of Maud Walraund, 
9ia. meadow at Wychford, the custody whereof William son of 
Walter, sometime lord of the manor, granted to Hugh de Daubeni, 
divers customers' works, including carriage of the corn of the manor 
when it is to be sold at SaHsbury, Wyltone (or) Ambresbury, 
heriets &c., and (the advowson) of the chapel, held of Henry de Lacy, 
earl of Lincoln, in chief by service of | knight's fee. 

Glotjcestee. Transcript of extent made on Friday after the Assumption, 
29 Edw. I. 
Frompton. The manor, similarly held in the king's hand (full extent 
given), including meadows in Holemers and Kyngmor, pastures in 
Enedebergh(?), Matford, ' la Sned '(?), Wakingrave, Docham, Roghen- 
ham, Brusiemor, and in a way called Loxeweye, an alder wood called 
Holleye, a grove called Nethersned, an underground coalmine 
(carbonera) much wasted and worth 3s. 4eZ. yearly, divers customs, 
works &e., and the advowson of the church, held of the king in 
chief, service unknown. 

SoMEBSBT. Transcript of extent made on Saturday after St. Bartholomew, 
29 Edw. I. 
Stokecurcy. The castle with the borough and its members of Wyk 
and Wyndyate, similarly in the king's hand, and for the keeping 
of the castle belong, from divers tenants thereof, the service of an 
armed horseman with barded horse, a crossbowman and 6 other 
men on foot, armed with basinets and hauberks, for forty days, 
whenever summoned in time of war, at their own charges, and 
afterwards at the lord's charges, if he will, during the war (full extents 
given), including in the borough a market every Saturday, and a 
fair on the feast of St. Andrew, to which no toll or perquisites belong, 
at ' la Wyk ' a messuage, land and meadow at Lowelestone called 
Pillokesitte, pasturage in Middemor, Newelese, Lysham, Brademere, 
Sutherham and Hwetham, Colversplot, Hajrwariiesgore, Broninges- 
mede, ' la Northamme ' by the sea, and Brodeforherthe, and a 
park of 120a.; at 'la Wyndyate' pastures at TettehuUebrigg and 
in Oldpark by the castle, and Hethfeld ; divers customs, works &c. ; 
and each customer of the township of Staford having geese {aucas 
ereas) shall give a goose called ' lesegos ' at the Gule of August ; 
and 12 tenants of the homage of the prioress of Stodlegh and of 
Simon de Craucomb, give yearly 12 slabs {sclabb') of iron forhaviiig 
common of pasture for their cattle upon Cantok. The castle with 
the borough and the manor of Wyk are held of the king in chief, 
service unknown. The patronage of the priory of the monks of 
Stokecurcy belongs to the manor of Wyk, and they have the church 
of Stokecurcy to their own uses, which was of the advowson of that 
manor : it is a cell of the abbey of LoUay. And there are due to 
the prior of Stokecurcy for a tenth of the whole rent, of ancient 
custom, 35s. 4td. yearly ; to Matthew de Forneaus for the whole 
tenement of Wyndyate, of ancient rent, 8s. yearly; to William Trivet 



342 ADDENDA. 



for a messuage, 18a. land and l|a. Ir. meadow in Loweleston, 
9«. (yearly) ; and at the hundred of Caneton, of custom called 
'burghrizt,' 2jd. 
Knights' fees : — 
Somerset. Farindon. 1 knight's fee held by William de Grindham 

and Bemund Trivet, who each owe suit at the court of Stoke. 
Chiltonekoc and Edingestone. 3 knights' fees similarly held by 

William Trivet. 
Knyttetone. A virgate of land held by John Bran, who shall 

give 2s. scutage when scutage is at 40s., and he owes suit of 

court. 
Buriton. Eichard Eoland holds as much and does as much. 
Hunybere. | knight's fee held by John de Columbers. 
Stokecurcy. 60a. land held by Henry and Walter Everard, who 

shall give 2s. lOd. scutage when &c., and owe suit of court. 
Fairfeld. A virgate of land held by Margaret daughter and heir of 

Balph Russell, giving 6s. for scutage &o. and owing suit of 

court. 
[Unspecified.] | virgate of land held by Custancia Attepile, giving 

hd. scutage- &c. 
La Sterte. A virgate of land held by Walter le Lyf, giving 12d. 

scutage &o. and owing suit of court. 
Devon. Spicheswyk. 1 knight's fee held by Michael de Spycheswyk, 

owing suit of court. 
Wanercleye. 1 knight's fee held by Gervase de Ralegh. 
High Bray. 1 knight's fee held by Richard Flemjmg. 

[SoMBESBT.] Transcript of extent made on Sunday after St. Bartholomew, 
29 Edw. I. 
Canyton. The hundred, similarly in the king's hand (extent given), 
viz. — 7s. Id. fixed rent at the feast of the Purification called 
' horderezeld,' 19s. Ifd. rent of Hokkeda.y called ' borghryst,' 13s. Id. 
rent at the feast of St. Michael called ' austage,' and 42s. pleas &c. 
of the hundred yearly. 

SoMBBSET. Transcript of exteni made on Thursday the feast of 
St. Bartholomew, 29 Edw. I. 
Radeweye. The manor, similarly in the king's hand (full extent given), 
including meadow in Bedmede and Wyldemor, whereof the prioress 
and nuns of Canygtone, who have the church to their own uses 
receive the herbage &c. of a tenth part, pastures at ' la Tweyslade,' 
upon the MU of iUedone and at Wygelesmore, la. fir wood, a custom 
called ' horderyeld, ' divers works and customs, and the advowson 
of the priory of Canygton, to which the church is annexed, held 
of the king in chief, service unknown ; and there are due of fixed 
rent and ancient custom to the prior of Stokecrosy for tithes of 
rent 8s. 9d. yearly, and to the hundred of Canygton for ' hordereyeld ' 
6s. 5d. 

Devon. Transcript of extent made on Friday the feast of the Nativity of the 
Blessed Mary, 29 Edw. I. 
Potyngton. The manor, similarly in the king's hand (extent given), 
viz.— a water-mill, 119s. 6d. rent, 3s. 4d. pleas &o. of court, and 



ADDENDA. 343 



the advowson of the chjirch, held of the honour of Bradenech by 
service of | knight's fee. 

Annexed is a transcript of extent of the manor of Couberle, co. Gloucester, 
which was of Sir Giles de Berkele, made on Tuesday after the 
Assumption, 29 Edw. I. See next number. 

E. Ancient Extents, No. 8. 

458. Sm Giles de Sebkele. 

Writ {missing). 
Glotjcestee. Transcript of extent made on Tuesday the feast of the 
Assumption, 29 Edw. I. 
Couberle. The manor, which came into the king's hand by the death 
of the said GUes, except the lands &c. which Alice, late the wife of 
Nicholas de Berkele holds of the manor as dower, and except the 
lands &c. which Thomas le Butiler and Joan his wife hold of the 
manor as dower of the said Joan, (fuU extent given of the king's 
part) including a fishpond in the garden and the advowson of the 
church: the whole manor is held in chief of the heirs of Robert 
Walrand, lords of Gistone, now in the king's wardship, by service 
of U. yearly. 

He died on the day of the Translation of St. Edward the King, 
22 Edw. I. Thomas his son, aged 8 on the feast of the Nativity of 
St. John the Baptist last, is his next heir, whose wardship belongs to 
the king by reason of the idiocy of John Walrond heir of Robert Walrand. 

E. AncierU Extents, No. 8, m. 6. 



( 344 ) 

ADDENDA TO VOL. I. 



459. Peter son of Matthew. 

Writ to the abbot of Persor and Elias de Hertford, escheators, to enquire 
what lands the said Peter held &c. and who is his next heir &c. and 
to take the lands &c. into the king's hand, . . April, B9 Hen. III. 

Endorsed: Dorset (?), Southampton and Wilts. 

C. Hen. III. File n. (21.) 

460. Reginald Corobeond, 

Writ to the escheator in co. Salop, to enquire what lands the said Reginald 
held &o., and who is his next heir &c. 18 (?) Oct. 42 Hen. III. 

iSee No. 13. 

G. Hen. III. FiU 20. {21.) 

461. Richard de Clare, earl op Gloticester and Hereford. 

Knights' fees. [47 Hen. III.] 
[♦Oxford &c. Eminborne. 

Witham. 

Hannoye. 

Haplederham. 

Finnemere. 
Somerset. Clivedon. 

Clopton. 
(Unspecified.) Ascombe. 

Stoke Unfred. 

Emnebergh. 

Stokewold. 

Bagrige. 
Hereford. Stonyhaston. 

Stanton. 

Witbome. 
(Unspecified.) Eston. 

Brideleston. 

Maresfeld. 
Somerset, Chipley. 

Olopton. 
(Unspecified.) Wiveleseye. 

Dineharston. 
Essex. Galeham. 

Barle. 

Foxheford. 
Suffolk. Gluningham. 

Stanesflod. . 

Burr. 

* So given (very inoorreotly) in the Calendar printed in 1806, page 24, but not now to be found on 
the documents; probably contained on the portion of File 27.(5.)m. 42, whichhasbeentomaway. 



ADDENDA TO VOL. 1. 



Sttpfolk. Hankedon. 

Bare we. 
Essex. Handen. 

Norton. 
Suffolk, Kavendis. 

Badell. 

Esse. 

Barton. 

Pridinton. 

Kokesfeud. 

Wardinge. 

Wageshame. 

Mulford borough, \rectius Mulford, Bures.] 

Lelleseye. 

Chedburye. 
Hertford. Standen. 
Essex. Angere. 

Pipinghers. 

Fingilflod. 

Thopesfeld. 
Northampton. Lowike. 

Staveme. 

Deneford. 

Strapeston. 

Hayford. 

Anditon. 
Suffolk. Little Bradley. 

Gaysley. 

Waxdington. 

Trapton. 

Flokton. 

Dalham. 

Alvedon. 

Caneham. 

Godham. 

Totenham. 

Haukdon. 

Othley. 

Gavenedis in Foisworth. 
Surrey and Kent. Tygges. 

Crounwrth. 

Camberwell. 

Mereworth. 

Blene. 

Natinton. 

Greenwich. 

DotiDghall. 

Glaisford. 

Sheldwich. 

Grundhall. 

Ardre. 

DittoD. 



346 ADDENDA TO VOL. I. 



Surrey and Kent. Wikebergh, 

Nethelest. 

Depingbery . 

Swaneton. 

Heldham. 

Sheldwiche. 

Wicleston. 

Pinches. 

Chioheshey. 

Wodmerston. 
Norfolk. Wiham. 

Cremplesham. 

Tomers. 

Panesworth. 

Sencham. 

Esthawe. 

Gunesthorp. 

Greston. 

Brethenham. 

Heverslond. 

Weitwell. 

Great Walsingham. 

Birton. 

Little Walsingham. 

WeD. 

Warham. 

Carmeton. 

Badel. 

Gunesthorpe. 

Hundringham. 

Bekingham. 

Bingested. 

Hume. 

Charelton. 

Lige worth. 

Carleton. 

Thasbury. 

HunestenstoD. 

Walpole. 

Kingsted. 

Wineton. 

Sniterle. 

Claye. 

Wishimham. 

Eeinham. 

Stivekey. 

BrenstoD. 

Middelton. 

WitweU.] 

See Oal. of Inquisitions P.M., Vol. I, p. 159. 



ADDENDA TO VOL. I. 347 

462. Httgh de Nbvtll of Essex, 

Writ de diem clausit extremum to John le Moyne, esoheator, 5 Oct. 
53 Hen. III. 

Endorsed : Essex .... Sussex. 

0, Hen. I II. File Z6. {21.) 



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ADDENDA TO VOL. 11. 



463. [*WiLLiAM LE Rous, deest. 

Stafford. Walsahall. The manor, extent and partition.] [4 Edw. T.] 

464. William lb Roxts, deceased. 

Writ to the sheriff of Stafford, on the complaint of Margery, daughter 
and one of the heirs of the said William, who held of the king in 
chief, that whereas the king lately took her homage and commanded 
the sheriff, in the presence of Henry de Bray, to cause the manor of 
Waleshale, which was the said William's, to be extended, and full 
seisin of her pourparty to be made to her, the sheriff has not yet 
assigned her the said pourparty in full ; wherefore he is commanded 
to proceed in person to the manor and assign to her what he finds to 
be in arrear of her pourparty, or signify the cause why he has not 
done so ; 16 April, 5 Edw. I. 

Endorsed [by the sheriff]. 2J{?)a. land which the abbot of Hales holds, 
in Waleshale, and 2a. land which William de Schelfhal holds in 
Schelfhul, whereof William le Rus, father of the said Margery, was 
seised on the day he died, and which are contained within the pour- 
party of the said Margery, are in arrear to her ; whereof he has not 
dared to give her seisin because the said abbot and William are 
enfeoffed thereof by charters of William de Morteyn which they have, 
and they have been in peaceful seisin for 6 years and more. 

C. Edw. I. File 16. (15.) 

465. John de Boshale. 

Writ de diem clausit extremum to Thomas de Normanvill, escheator, 
4 Sept. 10 Edw. I. 
See Calendar of Fine Rolls, Edw. I., p. 168. 

C. Edw. I. File 32. (12.) 



466. [*HxrMPHBBY de Whaddon, 

Wilts. Whaddon. The manor. 

Hulprington. 
Somerset. Tinmeresbarue. The manor (full extent).] [14 Edw. I.] 

467. fHxTMPHRBY DE WaDDONB. 

Wilts. Inq. Saturday after St. Barnabas, 14 Edw. I. 

Waddon. A part of the manor (extent given), including a capital 
messuage, 100a. arable, 10a. meadow, a water-mill, rents &c., held 
of Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, of the honour of Troubrigge, by 
service of | knight's fee ; 80a. arable, 8a. meadow, rents and customs, 

* So given in the Calendar printed in 1806, and still missing, 
t Supplied from an Elizabethan (?) transcript. 



ADDENDA TO VOL. II. 349 



at Hulperington in the same manor, held of the heirs of Humphrey 
de Scovile by service of I knight's fee ; a wood in the same manor 
held of the abbess of Romesey by service of 8c?. yearly ; and a several 
pasture held of the prioress of Ambresbury by service of 10s. yearly. 

Michael de Waddon, his nephew (nepos), aged 21 at the feast of 
St. Peter ad Cathedram in the year aforesaid, is his next heir. 

E. Inq. P.M. Series II. File 1227. (1.) 

468. William de Fortibtts, sometime earl of Albemarle. 

Transcript of tvrit of certiorari to Master Henry de Bray, escheator, con- 
cerning the knight's fees which were the said WilHam's, which he held 
of the king in chief and which by his death were taken into the hand 
of King Henry the king's father, and are still in the king's hand, to 
be returned into the chancery a month from the day of St. Michael. 
Witness Edmund, earl of Cornwall, 4 July, 15 Edw. I. 
Berks. Trnscript of Inq. Saturday after St. Luke, 15 Edw. I. 

Morton and Eneburn. 1 fee held by Nigel de Saundrevill. 

[Leicester.] Transcript of Inq. made at Melton on Tuesday before St. Denis, 
15 Edw. I. 
Eyton. \ knight's fee, of the fee of the earl of Albemarle, held by John 
le Boteler, whereof the abbot of Leicester holds of him 2 virgates and 

1 bovate in frank almoin, and WilUam Boteler holds of him ^ knight's 
fee, and the said John holds of the king in chief for homage and 
doing suit at the court of Holewell, co. Lincoln, twice yearly ; and 
3 carucates of land, held by the abbot of Croxton for \ knight's fee 
in frank almoin, whereof WilMam le Boteler holds of him I carucate 
in Eyton for his homage. 

[Seustern.] 5 carucates of the fee of the said earl, held by Thomas 
le Seustern for (1 ?) knight's fee ; whereof the abbot of Vaudey 
holds of him 27 bovates rendering 25s. M. yearly, the master of 
the knights of the Temple in England holds of Mm in Seustern 

2 virgates in frank almoin, Simon Russel holds of him 1 virgate in 
the same town of the same fee, rendering 6d. yearly, Robert Gilbert 
1 virgate of the same fee rendering him 14c?., Hugh de Blaston 
1 bovate rendering Id., and Emma Duraunt 1 bovate ; and the said 
Thomas holds of the king in chief rendering 10s. yearly at the manor 
of HeleweUe. 

Braundeston. 4 carucates of land held of the earl's fee by John de 
Brommesle for \ knight's fee ; whereof the abbot of Croxton holds 
of the same John 1 virgate doing foreign service, and the prior of 
the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England has a free tenant 
who holds 1 bovate of him there, and the prior claims to have been 
enfeoffed by the said John's ancestors, service unknown ; the prior 
of Bauver similarly holds of the same John 2 virgates of land in 
frank almoin, and the church of Braundeston 1 virgate, doing foreign 
service ; the said John holds the said tenement of the barony of 
Albemarle, doing suit at the court of HeleweUe tmce a year and 
suit at the hundred of Framel(and) and foreign (service). 

Lincoln. Transcript of Inq. and extent made at Lincoln on Sunday the 
morrow of St. Luke, 15 Edw. I. 



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Helewelle in the wapentake of Beateslawe. | knight's fee, where 8 
carucates make a fee and 8 bovates a oarucate, was held by the said 
William of the king in chief and was taken into the late king's hand. 
Lady Eleanor the king's mother, is dowered thereof. 

Bitham and the soke. 1| knights' fee, viz. — 11 carucates, held of the 
said earl by Roger de ColeviQ. 

Suth grange. | fee, where 10 carucates make a fee, held by the abbot 
of Vaudey in alms. 

Atlyngton in the wapentake of Wymerbrigg. ^ knight's fee, where 
7| carucates make a fee, held by WiUiam le Graunt. 

Carleton in Walton {rectius the wapentake) of Grafhow. 1 knight's fee, 
where 12 carucates make a fee, held by Nigel de MoundeviU ; whereof 
he held in demesne 34 bovates which Duncan, earl of Fyf, now 
holds in free marriage with the daughter of the earl of Gloucester, 
the abbot of Thorenton holds 16 bovates whereof 4 are in abns, 
the master of the knights of the Temple holds 38j bovates in alms, 
and the master of the hospital of St. Lazarus holds 1\ bovates in 
alms. 

Brun in the wapentake of Avelund. 2\ bovates of land (now) held 
of the earl's fee by service of 34s. 6d. yearly by the abbot of Thornton, 
who held them of the earl, service imknown. 

Gedeneye, Holebek and Quappelond in Holand. J and ^ knight's fee, 
where 48 carucates make a fee, held by William de Beaumond, 
William le Conestable and Giles de GousiU. 

Ormesby and Utterby in the wapentake of Lodeburg. Jg knight's fee, 
where 48 carucates make a fee, held by Robert de Ormesby by a 
mesne from John de Holm. 

Thimelby in the wapentake of Homcastre. ^ knight's fee, where 
30 carucates make a fee, held by Herbert de Sancto Quintino. 

Hagwortdingham in the wapentake of HiUe. ^ knight's fee, where 31 
carucates make a fee, held by Thomas de Langeton ; and the abbot 
of Revesby holds 2 bovates in alms, by the gift of the said Thomas's 
ancestors. 

Askeby, Stavenby and Little Gretham in the wapentake aforesaid. 
^ knight's fee, where Z\\ carucates make a fee and 8 bovates a 
carucate, held by Robert de Kyrketon ; and the abbot of Revesby 
holds 16 bovates in alms of the gift of Hugh son of Ralph. 

Saxelby in the wapentake of Laurys. \ knight's fee, where 4 carucates 
make a fee, and 1 1 bovates a carucate, held by Peter de Chaumpein. 

Normanby and Teuilby in the wapentake of Manlee. J knight's fee, 
where 4 carucates make a fee and 8 bovates a carucate, held 
by William de Normanby by a mesne from the heirs of the barony 
of Redebum. 

HelmesweU, Glentesworth and Haketon in the wapentake of Aslakhowe. 
I knight's fee, where 7 carucates make a fee and 8 bovates a 
plough(land), held by Peter le Vendoeuer by a mesne from Alexander 
de Heton ; and the prior &c. of Bolyngton hold in alms 7 bovates 
by the gift of the said Peter de Chaumpeine. 

Wyvelesby, Holm, Bradeleigh and Little CJotes in the wapentake of 
Bradeleye. 1 knight's fee, where 2\ carucates make a fee and 
21 bovates a carucate, held by PhUip de Wyvelesby ; and 2 capital 
messuages and a little wood in Wyvelesby and Holm. 



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Thor(gramby ?) in the wapentake of Walsheoroft. :^ knight's fee, 
where 20 carucates make a fee and 22 bovates a carucate, held by 
the heirs(?) of Saunton ; and a bovate of land held by the abbot of 
Wellehow in Grimmesby in alms. 

Bemolby. -yho knight's fee, where 20 carucates make a fee and 24 
bovates a carucate, held by James de Bernolby. 

Osgoteby. -^^ knight's fee, where 60 carucates make a fee and 12 
bovates a carucate, held by William de Cateby. 

Steinton and Rysby. ^ knight's fee held by the abbot of Thornton 
where 40 carucates make a fee and 18 bovates a carucate. 

Toft. ^ knight's fee held by the same abbot in alms, whereof 6 carucates 
and two parts make a fee and 21 bovates a carucate. 

Claxeby. ^ knight's fee held by the master of the knights of the 
Temple in alms, where 30 carucates make a fee and 16 bovates a 
carucate. 

Toft and Neweton. -^ knight's fee held by the prior of St. Katharine's, 
Lincoln, in alms, where 5 carucates make a fee and 20 bovates a 
carucate ; and ^ knight's fee held by the prior &c. of Sixhill in 
alms, where 10 carucates make a fee and 16 bovates a carucate ; 
and ^ knight's fee held by Richard de Daleby, where 7| carucates 
make a fee and 20 bovates a carucate. 

Barow in the wapentake of Yerdeburg. A toft held by the said William 
de Fortibus, earl of Albemarle, of the king in cluef , taken into the 
hands of King Henry, and still in the king's hand. 

(Unspecified.) Ij knight's feie held by Peter de Chaumpeine ; J knight's 
fee held by Robert Nunneman ; and 1 knight's fee in the same held by 
Geoffrey de Wynpole and Ermetrude his wife, whereof Wilham de Percy 
now holds a moiety, and the abbot of Thornton the other moiety. 

GoushuU. J knight's fee held by Simon de Veer, which the abbot of 
Thornton now holds. 

KiUingholm. 1| knight's fee held by Robert de Muneeals. 

Seuerby, Stocton and Rysel. 1 J knight's fee held by Ingram de Seuerby, 
viz. 1 fee in Seuerby, and J fee in Stocton and Rysel, co. Bedford. 

Kyryngton. I knight's fee held by Hermisius {sic) de Cotes and . . 
his wife and John de Fonteynes and Ahce his wife ; whereof Walter 
de Haya now holds a moiety, and Robert the clerk and Margery his 
wife and Wilham the clerk and Anne his wife hold the other moiety. 

Ketelby. J knight's fee held by Hermisius (sic) de Nevill. 

York. Transcript of Inq. made at Harewode on Wednesday before St. Denis, 
15 Edw. I. 
Craven. Fees of the castle of Skypton in Cravene. 

Ranulph son of Sir Robert de NeviU holds 12 carucates, which make 

1 knight's fee. 
Lady Margaret de Nevill holds 21| carucates, which make 1 knight's 

fee and J carucate. 
Sir Hugh son of Henry holds 11 carucates. 
Sir Wilham de Vavasour holds 9 carucates. 

Sir WiUiam le Flemeng holds 14 carucates, which make 1 knight's fee. 
Sir John de Eston holds 10 carucates. 
Sir Wilham de Hertlyngton holds 1 carucate in Hertlyngton and 

6 bovates in Appletrewyk. 



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Sir WiUiam de BoyviU holds 3 carucates. 

Sir Roger Tempest holds 6 carucates and 6 bovates. 

Sir John Gyliout holds 5 carucates and 1 bovate. 

Sir Ingram de Mounceaus holds 3| carucates. 

The prior of Boulton holds 6| carucates. 

William de Hebbedon(?) holds 6 carucates. 

William Mauleverer holds 14 carucates, which make 1 knight's 
fee. 

WiUiam de Marton holds 12 carucates. 

ElHs de Rylleston holds 4| carucates. 

John de Marcheley holds 3 carucates. 

Everard Fauvel holds 3| carucates. 

William son of Robert holds 3 carucates. 

William de Cestround holds 1 carucate. 

Peter de Westwyk holds 2J carucates. 

John son of Richard de Fauvelthorp holds 1 carucate. 

Henry Mason {Cementarius) holds 2 carucates. 

Robert Meygnoun holds 1 carucate. 

EUis de Stretton holds | carucate. 

Robert de Stosthorp holds | carucate. 

Richard son of Walter of Bradeley holds | car^ate. 

Robert son of Geoffrey of the same holds J carucate. 

Adam But of the same holds J carucate. 

Hugh son of Adam de Stretton holds | carucate. 

Adam de Pontefraeto holds | carucate. 

Robert son of Wilham de Stretton holds J carucate. 

William Proudfot holds ^ carucate. 

Gilbert de la Warderobe holds 3 bovates. 

Henry Cook {Cocus) holds 2 bovates. 

WiUiam le Botiller holds 2 bovates. 

The heir of John de Machoun of Bradeley holds 2 bovates. 

D. son of Thomas de Halton, Walter de Wodehouses, and Henry 
son of Iseult hold 2 bovates. 

Peter de Broynton holds in serjeanty 2 bovates. 

Henry de Kegeley holds in serjeanty 2 bovates. 

WiUiam son of Wilham the Serjeant, holds in serjeanty 2 bovates. 

Of all the above, 14 carucates make a knight's fee, except one fee, 
which is of 12 carucates. 
Holdemess. Tenants of knight's fees late of the earl of Albemarle in 

Holdemess. 
Ross. \\ carucate held by WiUiam de Ross. 
Grymeston. 4 carucates held by the same. 
Ryel. 4 carucates held by the same in service. 
Benigham. 1 carucate held by the same in service. 
Atingwyk. 12 carucates held by the same in service. 
UUeram. 1 carucate held by the same in service. 
Merflet. 2 carucates held by the same in service. 
Aldeburg. 6 carucates held by the same in serivce. 
Custwyk {rectius Oustwyk). 4 carucates held by WiUiam de Custwyk 

(rectius Oustwyk). 
Bewyk and Walkyngeton. 5 carucates held by John de Meus. 
Ryston. 12 bovates held by Robert Hilyard, where 8 make a carucate. 



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PitKng. 3 carucates held by the same. 

Tunstal. 4 carucates held by the same. 

Westheytfeld. 16 bovates held by Thomas de Dreyns. 

RoUeston. 9 bovates held by the heir of Robert Sottwyn. 

Preston. 1 bovate held by Robert Boys and 1 carucate held by John 

Pasmer. 
Neuton. 2 carucates held by the heir of Thomas de Neuton. 
Preston. 6 bovates held by Nicholas Haukyn of Preston. 
Neusome. 2 carucates held by John de Neysome. 

Otryngham, Frokyngham, Cunigeston and Seton. 10 carucates held by 
William de Lasceles in service. Afterwards John de Lasceles, 
son and heir of the said Wilham, acknowledged in the exchequer 
in Easter term in the 31st year that he held 12 carucates. 
Danthorp. 12 bovates held by the heir of John de Danthorp. 
Camerington. 13 bovates held by the heir of John de Camerington. 
Wyveton and Skirlagh. 4 carucates and 10 bovates held by Henry 

de Wyveton. 
little Thorne by Hedon. 2 carucates held by Geoffrey de Cumbaund. 
SkeffeMng. 3 bovates held by Robert de Skeffehng. 
Skirtlington and Erghum. 5 carucates held by the prior of Bridelyngton. 
Sunthorp. 1 carucate held by Thomas de Sunthorp in demesne. 
Gousel. 6 carucates held by the heirs of Robert de Gausel. 
Sutton. 34 bovates held by Saer de Sutton. 
Gagnisted, Cuningston, Dripole and Frokyngham. 5 carucates held by 

the same. 
Utneuton, Great Haytfeld, Hildelston, Tans^ern, Wassaund and 

Beninholme. 10 carucates held by the heir of Geoffrey Berchaund. 
Horneseburton- 26 bovates held by the heir of Gilbert de 

Mapelton. 
Catwyk, Seton, Carleton and Holmeton. 10 carucates and 2 bovates 

held by Wilham Hwytyk. 
Bunwyk and Garton. 8 carucates and 5 bovates held by John de 

Carleton. 
Berneston, Wynketon, Lesset, Richton, Boyton and Carthorp. 24 
carucates and 1 bovate held by Ingram de Mounceaux ; and a plot 
of land in Berneston called Herlandes' held by the same. 
Berneston. 12 bovates held by the heir of Gerard. 
Cuningston. 4 bovates held by Hugh Blassele. 
Nutle. 2 carucates held by Peter Nutle. 
BruStwyk. 3 bovates held by Michael le Aumoner. 
Holm. 2 bovates held by Wilham del Holm in demesne. 
Tunstal. 2 bovates held by the heir of Stephen del Hull of Tunstall in 

demesne. 
Neusam. 2 bovates held by William le Brokur. 
Tunstal. 2 bovates held by the heir of Wilham de Crokhou. 
Thorn. 4 bovates held by Nicholas de Thorn in demesne. 
Beford. 3 carucates held by Peter de Gousel in service. 
Holm. 2 bovates held by Simon le Conestable, Peter de Gousel and 

Stephen de Pagel. 
Utthorn. 3 carucates held by Peter de Meus. 

Peningesthorp, Holmeton, Preston, Haytfeld and Little Kelle. 11 
carucates held by Wilham de Chesthunt. 

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Preston, Tunstal, Waxham, Rolleston, Mapelton and Sprotel. 11 

carucates and 7| bovates held by John de Preston. 
Rue, Garton and Rymburg. 6 carucates held by John de Ross. 
Mapelton, Custwyk {rectius Oustwyk) and Dinghou. 23 carucates held 

by Peter de Buys in service. 
Elstonwyk and Holm. 4 carucates held by the heir of Hugh Bygot 

in service. 
Ravene8(er). 2 carucates held by Hamo Hauteyn. 
Holaym. 5 carucates held by Henry de Sancto Martino. 
Holaym Croft. A plot held by the same. 
Sprottele. 12 carucates and 1 bovate held by Simon de Veer. 
Ryse, Amal, Suthskyrlage, Reston, Cattewyk, Cattefoss, Behum, 

UUerham, Wythomwyk, Merton, Bilton, Suthfrokyngham and 

Homeseburton. 25 carucates and 1 bovate held by Walter 

Faucounberge . 
Fagel. 10 bovates held by Thomas de Heslarton in service. 
Eluardby, Thorkelby, Dunnethorp, Brandesborton, Beghum, Rosse, 

Bristril, Risum, Holmeton, Rymeswell and Utthorn. 38 carucates 

and 6 bovates held by Herbert de Sancto Quintino in demesne and 

service. 
Est Halsam. 2| carucates and 4J bovates held by John le Warde of 

Halsam. 
Westmerton, Borton Constable, Neuton, Halsham, Garlesthorp, 

Skeftlyng and Benigholm. 13 carucates and 1 bovate held by 

Simon le Conestable. 

York ; holderness. Transcript of extent of Holdemesse made at the 
feast of St. Michael, 15 Edw. I., viz. — of the fees which William, 
earl of Albemarle, held of the king in chief on the day he died &c. 

Brustwyk, Cleton, Kayngham, Witthoronse, Esyngton, Kylnes(e), 
Utthorn, Little Humbre, Lelle Dyk and Preston. The manors, 
held of the king in chief, were taken into the king's hand on the 
death of the said WiUiam de Forz, earl of Albemarle ; whereof 
the king has two parts, and Isabel late the wife of the said WiUiam 
the third part as dower. 

Rosse. 1 carucate and 2 bovates held by William baron of Ross in demesne 
and 2 bovates in service ; and 4 bovates in alms there. 

Grjnnmeston. 4 carucates held by the same William in service. 

Ryel. 3 carucates held by the same in service. 

Benyngholm. 1 carucate held by the same in service. 

Attyngwyk. 12 carucates held by the same in service. 

Wolleram. 1 carucate held by the same in service. 

Merflet. 2 carucates, where 8 carucates make a fee, held by the same 
in service. 

Aldeburg. 6 similar carucates held by the same in service. 

Ross. 4 carucates held in demesne by the same of Sir Herbert de Sancto 
Quintino. 

Custwik (rectius Oustwik) and Mapelton. 2 carucates in demesne in 
Custwyk and 2 carucates in service in Mapelton, held by Stephen 
de Custwyk {rectius Oustwyk). 

Bewyk and Walkyngeton. 4 carucates in demesne and 1 carucate in 
service in Walkyngton held by John de Meus, 



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Reston. 12 bovates held by Robert Hildyard ; and there are 4 carucates 

in service, and 2 bovates in frank almoin. 
Fitling. 3 carucates in service held by the same Robert. 
Tunstale. 4 carucates in service held by the same. 
Little Coulden. The same Robert defended 3 carucates and did suit 
at the wapentake for the same ; which are now in the king's custody 
because Peter de Gousel did homage for them to the king. 
Westheytfeld. 3 carucates held by Thomas de Breyns, viz. — 5| in 

demesne and lOj in service, and 8 carucates in alms. 
RoUeston. 3 bovates held by the heir of Robert Sotwayn in demesne, 

and 6 bovates in service. 
Preston. 1 bovate held by Robert Roys in demesne ; and 1 oarucate 

held by John Passemer in demesne. 
Neuton. J carucate held by the heir of Thomas de Neuton in demesne, 

and l| carucate in service. 
Preston. 2 bovates held by Nicholas Haukyn of Preston in demesne, and 

4 bovates in service. 
Neusum. 1 carucate held by John de Neusum in demesne, and 1 carucate 

in service. 
Otryngham, Frosyngham, Cunigston and Seton. 10 carucates held by 

William Lacels in service. 
Danthorp. 6 bovates held by the heir of John de Danthorp in demesne, 

and 6 bovates in service. 
Cameryngton. 13 bovates held by John de Cameryngton in demesne ; 

and 2J bovates held in alms. 
Wyveton. 10 bovates held by Henry de Wyveton in demesne. 
Wyveton and Skyrlagh. 4 carucates held by the same in service ; and 

2 bovates held in alms. 
Little Thorn by Hedon. 1 carucate held by Geoffrey Cumbaud in 

demesne, and 1 carucate in service. 
Skeftlyng. 3 bovates held by Robert de Skeftlyng in demesne. 
Skyrljmgton. 3 carucates held by the prior of Brydelyngton in demesne. 
Erghum. 2 carucates held by the same in service. 
Sunthorp. 1 carucate held by Thomas de Sunthorp in service. 
Gousel. 19 bovates held by the heirs of Robert de Gousel in demesne, 

and 3 carucates and 5 bovates in service. 
Sutton. 17 bovates held by Saer de Sutton in demesne, and 17| bovates 

in service. 
Gagensted. 32 bovates in service. 
CunjTigston. 1 carucate in service. 
Drypol. 3 bovates in service. 
Frokyngham. J carucate in service. 

Utneutone. 18 bovates held in demesne by the heir of Geoffrey 

Berchaund, who is in the king's wardship, and 17 bovates in 

service. 

Great Haytfeld. 2 carucates and 3 bovates held by the same in service. 

Hildolston, Tanstern, Wassand and Benyngholm. 3 carucates and 

2 bovates held by the same in service. 
Horneseburton. 11 bovates held by the heir of Gilbert de Mapelton 
in demesne and 13 bovates in service. Also 2 bovates in service 
there, and 19 bovates in alms. 
Ciatwyke. 21 bovates held by Williapi de Hwytyk in demesne. 



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Catwyke, Seton, Carleton and Holmeton. 7| carucates and 1 bovate in 

service. 
Catwyke, Killing and Seton. 3 carucates and 2| bovates in alms. 
Bonnewyke. 18 bovates held by John de Carleton in demesne and 

3^ carucates in service. 
Garton. 3 bovates in demesne, 20 bovates in service, and 2 carucates 

in alms. 
Bemeston, Wynketon and Lesset. 5 carucates and 6 bovates held by 

Ingram de Mounceus in demesne. 
Bemeston. A plot called ' Herlandes ' held by the same. 
Bemeston and Wynketon. 15 bovates in service. 
Lesset. 3 carucates in service. 

Rychoton, Beyton and Carthorp. 13| carucates in service. 
Bemeston. 10 bovates held by the heir of Gerard de Sancto Johanne 

in demesne, 2 bovates in service, and 4 bovates in alms. 
Cunyngston. 2 carucates and 6 bovates held by Hugh Blassele, whereof 21 

bovates are in alms and 1 bovate is in service, except 3a. which 

the said Hugh holds in demesne. 
Nutele. 2 carucates held by Peter de Nutele in demesne. 
Brustewyke. 3 bovates held by Michael de Aumener in demesne. 
Holm. 2 bovates held by William de Holm in demesne. 
Tunstal. 2 bovates held by the heir of Stephen del Hyl of Tunstal in 

demesne. 
Neusum. 2 bovates held by WUliam le Brokur. 
Tunstale. | bovate held by the heir of William de Crokehou in demesne 

and 1| bovate in service. 
Thorn. 4 bovates held by Nicholas de Thorn in demesne. 
Beford. 3 carucates held by Peter de Gousel in service. 
Holm. 2 bovates held by Simon le Conestable, Peter de Gousel and 

Stephen de Pagele in demesne. 
Hutthom. 7 bovates held by Peter de Mens in demesne and 2 carucates 

and 1 bovate in service. 
Penynsthorp. I carucate held by William Chesthund in demesne. 
Holmeton. 5 bovates held by the same in demesne. 
Preston. 12 bovates held by the same in service. 
Penynsthorp. 1 carucate held by the same in service. 
Holmeton, Haytfeld and Little Kelke. 7 carucates and 1 bovate, where 

40 carucates make a knight's fee, held by the same in service. 
Preston. 14 bovates held by John de Preston in demesne, 10 bovates 

in service, and 2 bovates in alms. 
Tunstale. If bovate held by the same in demesne. 
Waxham. 10 bovates held by the same in demesne. 
Waxhaym, Eolleston, Mapelton and Tunstale. 6 carucates and 3| 

bovates held by the same in service. 
Sprotele. 1 carucate held by the same in service. 
Rue, Garton and Ryngburg. 6 carucates held by John de Ross in 

demesne. 
Mapelton, Custwyke {rectius Oustwyke) and Drynghoue. 23 carucates, 

which make a knight's fee, held by Peter de Buys in service. 
Elstanwyk. 2^ carucates held by the heir of Hugh Bygot in service. 
Holm. 1^ carucate held by the same. 
Raveuser, 3 carucates held by Hamand Hautayn in service. 



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Holaym. 10 bovates held by Henry de Sancto Martino in demesne, 

3 carucates and 6 bovates in service, and a plot called ' Holaym 

croft ' in demesne. 
Sprotele. 6 carucates and 7 bovates held by Simon de Ver, whereof the 

king now has in demesne 10 bovates, without wood or capital messuage, 

5 carucates and 2 bovates in free service, and 7 bovates in alms. 
Eluarby and Thorkelb(y). 5 carucates and 5 bovates, where 52 carucates 

make a knight's fee, held by Herbert de Sancto Quintino in demesne. 
Dunethorp. 2 similar carucates held (by the same) in service. 
Thorkelb(y). 2 similar carucates and 3 bovates held (by the same) in 

service. 
Brandesburton. 9 similar carucates held by the same in demesne and 

2 similar carucates in service. 
Beghum. 10 similar bovates held (by the same) in demesne. 
Ross, Bristhyl, Ry^um, Holmeton, Rymeswelle and Utthorn. 16| 

similar carucates held (by the same) in service, and 1 carucate in alms. 
Ryse. 4 carucates held in demesne by Walter de Faukunberg, baron, 

after the death of Peter de Brus, and 6 bovates in service, where 

52 carucates make a fee. 
Arnal. 1 bovate held (by the same) in demesne, and 3 bovates in service. 
Suthskyrlage. 2 bovates held (by the same) in demesne. 
Reston. 1 bovate held (by the same) in demesne. 
Catwyk. 14 bovates held (by the same in demesne), and 13 in service. 
Catefoss. 6 carucates held (by the same) in service. 
Behum. 10 bovates held (by the same) in service. 
UUeram. 1 carucate (held by the same). 
Wytthornwyk. 2 carucates and 4 bovates held (by the same) in demesne, 

and 1^ carucate in service. 
Merton. 2 carucates and 1 bovate held (by the same) in service. 
Bylton. 1 carucate held (by the same) in service. 
Suthfrokyngham. | carucate held (by the same) in service. 
Horneseburton. 2 bovates held (by the same) in demesne. 
Pagel. 10 bovates held by Thomas de Herlardton in service. 
Esthalsham. 4 carucates, viz. — 3 J bovates in demesne, 31 bovates in 

service and 13J bovates in alms, held by John le Warde of Halsham, 

where 12 bovates make a carucate and 8 carucates a knight's 

fee, because it is of the fee of the archbishop. 
Westmerton. 9 bovates held by Simon le Conestable in demesne, 4 

bovates in service and 4 bovates in alms. 
Birton Conestable and Neuton. 6 carucates of the fee of the archbishop, 

as above, held by the same, viz. — 4 carucates and 2 bovates in 

demesne and 15 (sic) bovates in service. 
Halsam. 3 carucates of the same fee held (by the same) in demesne, 

and 6 bovates in service. 
Gharlesthorp. 10 bovates of the same fee held (by the same) in demesne, 

and 11 bovates in alms. 
Skeftlinge. 3J bovates held (by the same) in .demesne and 4^ bovates 

in service. 
Benyngholm. 3 bovates held (by the same) in demesne. 

Throughout this inquisition 48 carucates make a knight's fee, 

except where otherwise specified. 
See Vol. I. No. 471. E. Ancient Extents, No. 1. 



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ADDENDA TO VOL. III. 



469. Joan, yottngest dattghtbe and one of the heies of Philip 

Marmioun. 

Writ to Walter de Gloucester, escheator, to take the proof of age of the 
said Joan, who was born at Middelton by Tamworth, co Warwick, 
and baptized in the church there, as is said, and says she is of full 
age and seeks the lands &c. of her inheritance which are in the king's 
wardship, 18 Aug. 27 Edw. I. 

C. Edw. I. File 92. (20.) 

470. Isabel de Fyenes. 

Writ {missing). 
[Buckingham.] Extent made on Friday after St. Michaiel, 24 Edw. I. 

Wendover. The manor (extent given) held in dower, of the inheritance 
of the heirs of Fyenes, of the king by knight's service. 

She died on Sunday after the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 
24 Edw. I. William de Fyenes is right heir of the said manor, and of 
full age. 

E. Ancient Extents, No. 79, m. 2. 



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INDEX OF PEESONS AND PLACES. 



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INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES. 



All references are to numbers, not pages, except where otherwise stated. 
Names of Scotch and Irish places appear under the headings Scotland 

Ibeland respect'i 



Ab Adam. See John ap Adam. 
Abadham, John. See John ap Adam. 
Abbenhale, co. Glouc. See Abenhall. 
Abbenhale, Abbehale. Ralph de. 

29. 

, John de, son of Ralph, 29. 

, Ralph de, 230. 

Abbemoun, John de, 434 {p. 297). 
Abbetot, Laurence de, 135. 
Lucy, wife of Laurence de, 

135. 
, , her daughters Cecily 

and Sibyl, 135. 
Abbotsbury, co. Dorset, Elworth in, 

q.v. 
Abbresbury, Apperbury, Aper- 
bury, Edbburbury. Thomas 
de. 432. 

, Walter de, 432. 

Abel, John, 434 (p. 302). 

AbenhaJl or Abinghall, Abbenhale, 

CO. Glouc. manor, 29. 
Aberthaw, Aberthau, co. Glamorgan, 

port, 435 {p. 323). 
Abindon, Robert de, and Maud his 

wife, 324. 
Abingdon, Abyndon, Abindon, co. 

Berks, inquisitions made at, 

69, 125. 

, abbot of, 384. 

Abinger, co. Surrey, Paddington 

Hastings in, q.v. 
Abkettleby, Kettilby, Kettelby, 

Ketelby, Kettilby Beler, co. 

Leic.', 132, 163 {pp. 104, 107), 

391 {pp. 258, 262, 263, 264). 
Abyndon, co. Berks. See Abingdon. 
Achard, Robert, 340. 

Robert, 426. 

AekhiU, Akhvdl, [near Presteigne, co. 

Radnor], 235 (p. 160). 
Acle, CO. Essex. See Oakley. 

,co.Norf.,manor, 434{p. 296). 

Acle, John de, 328. 

, , his son Thomas, 328. 



Acle — oont. 

, John son of William de, 328. 

, Peter de, 328. 

Acton TurviUe, Actone Tarborvile, 
00. Glouc, 90 {p. 62). 

[in North Lydbury parish], 

CO. Salop, 90 (p. 52). 

Roimd, Acton la Rounde, co. 

Salop, 90 {pp. 52, 53, 54). 

Scott, CO. Salop, Alcaston in, 

q.v. 

, Aketon, co. Suft., 12, 401. 

Ad, John, 98 {p. 65). 

Adam the king's watchman. See 

Wayte. 
Adam, John de Ab. See John ap 
Adam. 

, William, 434 {p. 298). 

, William son of, 427. 

Adderley, Aderdeley, co. Salop, 90 

{p. 52). 
Addington, Adyngton, Adington, co. 
Surrey, manor, 236 {pp. 168, 
170). 
Adelahton, co. Salop. See Adley. 
Adestok, co. Buck. See Adstock. 
A